Procedure for Disposal of condemned Government Vehicles and Auction in AP TS
AP and Telangana Government Vehicles Procedure for Disposal of condemned Government Vehicles and Auction Here we can discus guidelines for condemnation/scrapping and disposal of it products/equipment Rules and regulations Condemnation rules of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana State Mostly condemned vehicles action will do Transport Department and Police Department
How to Condemnation of Government Vehicle and Auction
As per the Circular Memo. No. 119020/OP.I/2004-1 GA. (OPII) Department, dated 5.10.2004 of the Government of Andhra Pradesh General Administration Department was given clear instructions for Condemnation of old Government Vehicles. Now we can discus brief about latest condemnation rules
- Orders were issued by Government for condemnation of old vehicles which are NOT Roadworthy. Vehicles which are 15 years old and which have run for 2,50,000 kms. are fit for condemnation.
- After 15 years or usage of 2,50,000 kms., the vehicles can be disposed off by the User Department through public auction.
- No formal condemnation orders are required from any authority/department or an agency to dispose of such vehicles.
- The concerned user office/officer Will take necessary action to se~ that the auction is conducted in a transparent manner by giving due publicity in the local news paper.
- The upset price in auction should be 10% of the original cost of the vehicle without seeking any Valuation Certificate from any Department or Authority.
- For any relaxation of the above rule, the approval of the concerned Departmental Minister is enough.
- Auctions shall be held in R.T.A. Office at Headquarters twice in a year i.e., in August and February.
- The surplus driver rendered due to the condemnation of the vehicle need not be discharged from service. (Govt. Circular Memo No.3004/A/441/A2/W.M/1/94 F & P Department, dated 19.9.1994).
- The surplus staff can be transferred to other districts where vacancies are available taking appropriate orders under Six Point Formula. GO. Ms. No.358, GA. (OP II) Dept. dated 24.10.2010.