A plan is underway to eradicate unlicensed vehicles and the seized vehicles will be destroyed
Major-General Min Aung Hlaing said that the state is making plans to eliminate unlicensed vehicles and destroying the seized vehicles.
On March 24, he held a meeting with the ministers, Division and State Prime Ministers Every self-governing The discussion was included in the meeting with the chairpersons of the Regional Planning and Administration Board.
Major General Min Aung Hlaing has stated that the state is planning to eliminate unlicensed vehicles in terms of motor vehicle enforcement, and the seized vehicles are also being destroyed.
illegal importation of unlicensed motorcycles; Vigilance is being carried out to prevent sales and raids. NASK Chairman Major General Min Aung Hlaing said that the sales have affected the national tax revenues.
In addition, the president of NASK also expressed that due to the use of unlicensed vehicles in carrying out terrorist activities, the process of law and order and peace is being affected.
Therefore, it is necessary to take systematic action on the issue of unlicensed vehicles according to the regions and states, and he urged them to take action to change and install and use new license plates.
Currently, passenger vehicles registered in the Department of Road Transport, passenger vehicle truck tricycle The total number of vehicles, including two-wheelers, is (70,991,58).