I just wanted to tell you my experience in getting a NOC (No Objection Certificate) for my bike since I have to take it from Hyd to Blr after my transfer. The “system” in India is one of the best (for the people who work in it and for the brokers who make money out of it) and the worst for the common man.
First of all, I did not know the details of getting a NOC. The local brokers were demanding from 1100 rupees to 1500 rupees for getting it done (even with valid documents). There was very little or no information about the process. I had to make a number of trips between Madhapur Police Station, several eseva counters (which was not needed), Traffic Control Room in Ladki-ka-pul, Police Commissioner Office in Basheer Bagh (unnecessary), Police Commissioner Office in Lakdi-ka-pul and RTO in Rangareddy district. The actual legal cost for the NOC is Rs. 150/-, but I ended up spending up spending Rs. 370/- and about 8 or 9 visits to the above places.
If you are looking to get a NOC for your bike purchased in AP (Registered in Rangareddy RTO) and not ready to bribe a broker, plz follow the steps below :
First, visit the Traffic Control Room in Lakdi-ka-pul (it is to left of main road, just before “West-side” signal). Take your original RC card. Go to counter no. 2 (outside the office) and produce an application (write in plain paper, saying u are so and so, from so and so…asking for NOC…to transfer bike to blore). After getting signature on the application, take it to the guy in the 2nd floor in the office. He will prepare one more receipt and verify if your vehicle has any records. Take the same receipt to the earlier counter no. 2 and get the final receipt from counter no. 1. No need to pay here. (Yeah it’s a crazy process, but it is how it is)
Next, go to the Police Commissioner Office of Cyberabad (located next to Lakdi-ka-pul bus-stop) and pay Rs. 100/- to obtain the “user charge” receipt for the NOC. This should be a fairly simple process if the Commissioner is in office!!! I actually paid this “user charge” in e-seva after the advice from the Police Commissioner (Hyd) officials and found it was wrong!
Take the above 2 receipts to Madhapur police station and ask for NOC application. You need to take Xerox of Driver’s license and RC card. Incase a senior police officer is not in office, this process might take a day or two.
Now, you need to take the application given by Madhapur police station again back to the Commissioner office in Lakdi-ka-pul. You would now get a letter from Police Commissioner to RTO Head.
Finally, go to the Rangareddy RTO in Atahpur (close to Mehdipatnam). Just outside the entrance of RTO, buy a form 28 (you will get 3 copies) for 3 rupees. Fill up all 3 copies and give the same at counter no. 2 along with Xerox of insurance, pollution certificate and the letter you got above. Also take your original RC card for verification. You need to pay Rs. 50/- here. But here the system in weird. You can apply only in mornings, but collect receipts (NOC) in evenings from 4pm to 5pm. So minimum of 2 trips required here.Hope this is of some use to people who are taking NOC. Also, if you follow the above steps, you need not bribe anybody! Enjoy!!!