The chief minister of Uttarakhand has issued orders for passing the rule for having dustbin compulsorily in cars. He has asked the transportation minister to take action and implement the law earliest possible.
The transportation department has made it mandatory for four wheelers to have a dustbin installed for registration. It is going to soon be a criterion for the registration number. Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat launched the vehicle dustbins. Upon the launching of the dustbins, he sent a word to the Transportation Minister Yashpal to immediately start the process for making it mandatory for four wheelers.
Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat launched this dustbin by the Environment protection and pollution control department of Uttarakhand, in the Legislative Assembly house. Addressing the gathering, the chief minister said that during the journey in four wheelers people often litter the streets. With the introduction of such equipments, people will instead put their garbage in it. The new generation is more keen on keeping their surroundings clean. He also asserted that such dustbins should be compulsorily installed in every four wheel vehicle. This way they will be able to manage the streets of Uttarakhand and keep the state clean. Recently Uttarakhand became one of the only four states that have no open defecation.
Transportation Minister Yashpal is taking action to bring the law for vehicle dustbin to immediate effect. Forest Minister Dr. Harak Singh Rawat told the media that the motto of the government is not doing any wrong nor allowing wrong.