Fake driv­ing li­censes de­tected

The UB Post - - DOMESTIC -

The Na­tional Trans­porta­tion Cen­ter held a meet­ing on Novem­ber 10 to dis­cuss an in­ci­dent in­volv­ing fake driv­ing li­censes at south­ern bor­der check­points.

Ac­cord­ing to the cen­ter, state in­spec­tors found fake li­censes man­u­fac­tured in China from a ve­hi­cle trans­port­ing goods be­tween Gashu­un­sukhait and Gantsmod bor­ders in June. The in­ves­ti­ga­tion is still on­go­ing at the mo­ment, ac­cord­ing to the Head of the Na­tional Trans­porta­tion Cen­ter P.Del­gernaran.

“We will fight to elim­i­nate il­le­gal driv­ing ex­am­i­na­tions and dis­tri­bu­tion of driv­ing li­censes and pun­ish such ac­tions in ac­cor­dance with the law. To­gether with the Traf­fic Po­lice Depart­ment, we will meet with law en­force­ment or­ga­ni­za­tions and strengthen daily in­spec­tions of ve­hi­cles step-by-step in the fu­ture,” she said.

P.Del­gernaran or­dered in­spec­tors to constantly stay on guard, mon­i­tor li­cens­ing of ve­hi­cles, and pre­vent all types of vi­o­la­tions and il­le­gal con­duct.

There are 49,079 li­censed driv­ers as of Novem­ber in Mon­go­lia and around 70,000 new and old driv­ers are wait­ing for their li­censes to go into print. Of­fi­cials stated that they have been un­able to is­sue their li­censes as they don’t have tem­plates. Com­pa­nies who won the ten­der for pub­lish­ing driv­ing li­censes re­ported that they would start print­ing on Novem­ber 1, but as of Novem­ber 12, they still haven’t started, ac­cord­ing to state agen­cies.

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