Will T- Govt again face High Court Anger!!!!
It is old news that after state bifurcation Telangana State Government ruling party TRS Chief KCR is trying to get rid of AP name from Telangana State. He changed all the state government offices as Telangana State Government offices and recently he changed the APRTC to TSRTC. . In part of changing name, earlier he tired to change the vehicles registration Codes as TS to all Telangana registered vehicles, immediately and he released a GO that all people who owns vehicle should re-register again within month, but some of the vehicles owners appealed pill in High Court against GO and after hearing, High Court slammed Telangana Government Not to force for re-registrations and ordered govt to give some time.
Now, the government again recalled its G.O, The Transport Department recently issued GO MS.No. 44 seeking reassign of registration number to vehicles. For the vehicles (with AP registration) in Adilabad, Hyderabad, AP would be replaced with TS whereas the last four numbers remains the same. However, in the remaining 8 districts, fresh registration number would be allotted. With the government's latest decision, over 76 Lakh vehicles are expected to undergo this major change over of vehicle registration code. Telangana Government has finally zeroed in on the registration codes for its districts.
While it allotted TS 1 to TS 16 to its 10 districts, the government of Telangana has asked the vehicles bearing AP registration in Hyderabad and other 10 districts to change their registration to TS code. Vehicle registration codes & corresponding districts TS 1 - Adilabad TS 2 - Karimnagar TS 3 - Warangal TS 4 - Khammam TS 5 - Nalgonda TS 6 - Mahbubnagar TS 7,8 - Rangareddy TS 9,10,11,12,13,14 - Hyderabad TS 15 - Medak TS 16 - Nizamabad Many are wondering that how can 76 Lakh vehicles can be re-registered in 4 months of time and in GO the government not cleared mentioned to collect any minimum re-registration from Vehicle owners or not!!! Will this re-registration issue makes Government to face anger of High Court.