After a delay of almost five years, Delhi government has taken its first step towards making high security registration plates (HSRP) mandatory in the Capital.
With five safety features — chromium base chakra hologram, India in-scripted hot stamping foil, unique laser code of minimum 7 digits, self-destructive windshield sticker and non-removable snap lock — the HSRP would make vehicles safer against theft.
“We have appointed DIMTS as our consultants for this project. Tender document is being prepared. We hope to float tenders within a month,” Delhi transport minister Arvinder Singh Lovely said.