Re-auction of leftover fancy or special registration numbers of previous series to begin from June 14

The owner of the vehicle who has purchased the vehicle at Chandigarh address only will be allowed to participate in e-auction

Re-auction of leftover fancy or special registration numbers of previous series to begin from June 14

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Tribune News Service
Chandigarh, June 11

The Chandigarh Administration on Friday said that it will conduct a re-auction of fancy or special registration numbers of previous series “CH01CE”, “CH01CD”, “CH01CC”, “CH01CB”, “CH01CA”, CH01BZ”, “CH01-BY, “CH01-BX, “CH01-BW”, “CH01-BU”, “CH01-BT” & “CH01-BS” from June 14 (10 am) and will continue till June 21 (5 pm).

The e-auction/bidding will be started from June 22 (10 am) to June 24 (5 pm).

The owner of the vehicle can register himself on the National Transport website: https://vahan.parivahan.gov.in/fancy and the link of the same is available on the Chandigarh Administration, Transport Department website: ww.chadtransport.gov.in and obtain the Unique Acknowledgement Number (UAN).

The owner of the vehicle who has purchased the vehicle at Chandigarh address only will be allowed to participate in e-auction.

Sale Letter i.e. Form No. 21, UID i.e. Aadhaar Card and address proof of Chandigarh are mandatory to participate in the e-auction.

After getting himself registered on the above cited National Transport website or through Chandigarh Administration, Transport Department website, the owner of the vehicle will deposit the fee for registration for participating in e-auction and reserve amount of the special/choice registration numbers in the O/o Registering & Licensing Authority, Near Municipal Corporation Building Sector- 17, U.T., Chandigarh by way of DD in favour of “Registering & Licensing Authority, U.T., Chandigarh” payable at Chandigarh.

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