Laal batti culture red-flagged - Daily Pioneer

The Union Cabinet on Wednesday approved ending the “laal batti” culture in the country from May 1 as it decided to do away with the relevant Motor Vehicle Act provision that enabled its usage by high dignitaries at the Centre and State level. There ...

Will VVIP culture end with removal of red beacons from official cars? - India Today

Come May 1, lal batti cars or vehicles with red beacons will be a thing of the past as the government has barred their use by VVIPs, including the President, the Prime Minister and chief ministers. Seeking to end the VIP culture, the Union Cabinet ...

DNA: Red beacons to 'rest in peace' - Watch video to know if it'll end VIP culture - Zee News

New Delhi: Seeking to end VIP culture, the Union Cabinet on Wednesday decided that beacon light will be removed from all vehicles, including that of the Prime Minister, from May 1. The decision was taken by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who informed ...

Red beacons for VIPs banned from May 1, even vehicles of PM and President not exempt - Hindustan Times

The ban applies to Union ministers, chief ministers, state cabinet ministers, bureaucrats and judges of the high court and Supreme Court. (Sameer Sehgal/HT File Photo). The government decided on Wednesday to ban red beacons atop cars of all ministers, ...

Modi says beacon culture not with spirit of new India, should have gone long ago - Hindustan Times

The culture of beacon should have gone long ago, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said Wednesday, hours after deciding to bar their use by the VVIPs, including the President, the Prime Minister and the chief ministers. “..These symbols are out of touch ...

Modi shows red light to beacons of VIP privilege - The Hindu

The Centre or any State cannot have a dignitary nominated for use of red lights from May 1. | Photo Credit: Sushil Kumar Verma. Special Correspondent. April 19, 2017 14:50 IST. Updated: April 19, 2017 23:12 IST. more-in ...

India to banish red beacons from May 1 - Eastern Mirror

New Delhi, April 19 (IANS): The VIP culture of flaunting red beacons on official vehicles will be history from May 1, and there will be absolutely no exceptions, the government announced on Wednesday. “From May 1, no red beacon will be allowed atop any ...

Ministers, CMs remove red beacons from their vehicles - List inside - Zee News

Delhi: VIPs will not be allowed to flaunt red beacons atop their vehicles from May 1, the government announced on Wednesday. The decision was taken by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who informed the Cabinet about it. "From May 1, no red beacon will be ...

Every Indian is a VIP, says PM Modi after govt decision on use of red beacon - Times of India

NEW DELHI: Hours after government announced ban on the use of red beacons+ by VIPs, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday tweeted that "every Indian is special. Every Indian is a VIP". The PM was responding to a tweet praising government's ...

Vijay Rupani: VIP culture of beacon lights to end in Gujarat too - Ahmedabad Mirror

Ahmedabad: Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani today (Wednesday) welcomed the Union Cabinet's decision to remove red beacons from official vehicles and announced to implement it in Gujarat soon. "We welcome the decision taken by Prime Minister ...

Every Indian is VIP, special: PM Modi on red beacon ban - India.com

Justifying the move to ban the use of red beacon on vehicles attached to dignitaries, including the central and state ministers, the government earlier today said that VIP culture is not good for the Indian democracy. By India.com News Desk | Published ...

PM Modi welcomes red beacon ban on cars, calls every Indian VIP - indiablooms

New Delhi, Apr 19 (IBNS): Welcoming the decision taken by the union cabinet to ban the use of red beacon on cars of all ministers of India, Prime Minister Narendra Modi called every Indian a VIP in a tweet on Wednesday. In a tweet, the PM said: "Every ...

Chhattisgarh CM got rid of red beacon years ahead of PM's order - Daily News & Analysis

The Centre today came up with the decision to end the VIP culture prevalent in India and banned the use of red beacon on vehicles attached to dignitaries, including the central and state ministers. The Centre today came up with the decision to end the ...

Govt bans use of red beacons on vehicles, says 'symbol of VIP culture' - The Indian Express

Earlier, the Supreme Court had also asked all state governments to restrict the list of VIPs who are allowed beacons on their vehicles. 0. Shares. Facebook · Twitter · Google Plus · Whatsapp. Written by Anand Mishra | New Delhi | Published:April 19 ...

Now Rajasthan asks ministers, officers to shun use of beacons - Business Standard

Following in the footsteps of the Centre, the Rajasthan government today banned the use of beacons by ministers and officers. Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje issued an order, asking ministers and officers to remove beacons from their vehicles and said ...

Every Indian is a VIP: PM Modi after ban on red beacons - Times Now

New Delhi: Every Indian is a VIP, tweeted Prime Minister Narendra Modi hours after his government decided to ban red beacons atop VIP vehicles in the country. “Every Indian is special. Every Indian is a VIP. It (VIP culture) should have gone long ago.

Naveen removes red beacon from his vehicle, orders removal from all VIP vehicles from today. - Web India 123

Odisha Chief Minister today removed the red beacon from his vehicle and ordered withdrawal of red light from all VIPs vehicle in the state from today itself. The Chief Minister's decision came in the wake of the decision taken by the Union Cabinet that ...

Every Indian is a VIP: PM Modi on removal of red beacons - Business Standard

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who on Wednesday took the decision that VIP vehicles should do away with red beacons, said "Every Indian is a VIP". Replying to a tweet hailing the government decision, Modi said: "Every Indian is special. Every Indian is ...

No more red beacons on VIP vehicles from 1 May - Livemint

The red beacon ban on VIP vehicles doesn't apply to emergency vehicles such as ambulances and fire brigade that will continue to use blue beacons. Photo: Hindustan Times. New Delhi: Come 1 May and the ubiquitous red beacon will no longer be seen ...

End of VIP culture: No beacon lights from May 1 - Hindu Business Line

The Hindu Beacon light will be removed from all vehicles, including that of Prime Minister, from May 1. File photo. Rules being changed to remove all beacon lights, barring for emergency services. New Delhi, Apr 19: Come May 1, there will be no blaring ...