The wrath of COVID-19,lockdown in the country, in every sense the regional, sub-regional and rural transport offices experiencing a heavy downfall as they are expected to lose about 2 crore during this period.However,the Â service of online system has helped to control the loss. Due to the imposition of Section 144, no goods are being transported. As per information, online arrangement for renewal and payment of permits and licenses are available. As per the source, the loss was incurred due to the non-functioning of the check posts and because no penalty is levied.
And the services for which fees was paid at office has stopped and resulted it into the complete closure of the office. A large number of contract workers are also employed in all offices of RTO.And the payment for these contract workers is posing a question whether the payment for these people will be paid or not.
As per information, the work has been ceased from Gudi Padwa.Earlier; the RTO office had issued a press release in which arrangements were made for the registration of vehicles despite it being holiday on Gudi Padwa.The point to be noted here is that on March 31, there are orders to cease the registration of BS4 vehicles. And more business was expected due to this.
Along with this, the RTO would have received more income in the form of registration fee on a large scale.However,everything went wrong due to the outbreak of COVID-19.The atmosphere of uncertainty and disorder has really worrisome for the automobile dealers. And those people who are already received online appointment of learning and permanent license and old same case with the old license holders whose validity period is expiring within the lockdown period.