The government's red beacon ban covers all VIP vehicles, including those ferrying the prime minister, chief ministers, central and state ministers
New Delhi: Come 1 May and the ubiquitous red beacon will no longer be seen atop cars of dignitaries and top government officials. The Union cabinet on Wednesday decided to put an end to the practice of using such beacons in a decision that covers all government vehicles, including those ferrying the prime minister, chief ministers, central and state ministers and judges of the Supreme Court and high courts.
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