The government today announced a panel of experts to review the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988, and give a report in three months, suggesting changes to effectively meet requirements of the road transport sector in the current scenario.
The ten-member committee headed by Mr S Sunder, a former secretary of the Transport Ministry, has been tasked with reviewing the existing Act comprehensively and suggest best practices suitable for India by studying similar Acts in leading Asian countries like China and Japan, said the Ministry.
Prof Dinesh Mohan of Delhi’s IIT; Urban Mass Transit Company chief O P Agarwal; Automative Research Association of India’s CEO S R Marathe; Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers chief Dilip Chenoy and transport commissioners of Madhya Pradesh and Karnataka among others have been appointed members of the experts committee.
Transport Ministry’s Joint Secretary S K Dash will be the member-secretary on the panel.
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