外文标题：1.65 lakh vehicles stolen in a year in India
MUMBAI: Despite tall claims made by law-enforcement agencies about their success in controlling car thefts, information tabled in the Lok Sabha shows that as many as 1.65 lakh vehicles were stolen in a single year—2013. Uttar Pradesh has achieved the dubious distinction of leading the states with the highest number of vehicle theft cases. Maharashtra comes second.
Lok Sabha member P P Chaudhary had sought information on cases registered during the past three years and whether there was a proposal to create a portal at the national level for better coordination among state governments.
下议院议员P P Chaudhary寻找过去3年已经登记的机动车盗窃案件的信息，询问是否有人提议建立一个国家层面的门户网站，方便各邦政府进行合作。
In a written reply, Union minister of state for home H P Chaudhary said a total of 1.51 lakh cases of vehicle thefts were registered in 2011 and the number rose to 1.54 lakh in 2012 and 1.65 lakh in 2013. "We have developed and hosted a website—Vahan Samanavay—for coordination of stolen and received motor vehicles as well inquiries in this regard," he said.
内政部联邦部长H P Chaudhary在一份书面回复中写道，2011年总共有15.1万辆机动车被盗，这一数据在2012年上升至15.4万辆，到2013年又上升到16.5万辆。我们已经建立了一个网站，就机动车被盗和接受以及相关咨询进行协调。
Maharashtra transport commissioner Mahesh Zagade expressed concern over the spurt in vehicle theft cases. "It's certainly a matter of concern. We will have to bring in new technology to halt incidents of vehicle theft. We will step up vigil across the state to curb vehicle theft incidents."
Jay K (Canada)
Need some improvement here .
Pitam Singh (Meerut)
These figures are only those are reported. 1 out of 10 is reported. Over one lakh vehicles are cut every year in Soti Ganj of Meerut (UP) & police can not do any thing except getting huge bribe from KABADI.
Murthy b (India)
Like used car or pre owned cars as they are called ,a website for sale of stolen cars can be started !
Stealing is our national profession. All corrupt politicians have given contribution to this cause. We need clean politicians to cleanse the system of governance.
Venkat Loganathan (Chennai)
Great achievement ?
NK Gopal (Mumbai)
Don't go by the number, look at other features of the theft.
Flyin High (Mumbai)
And these figs don't include stolen cars whose owners didnt report the theft. Mine was stolen, I saved myself trouble of going to the cop-house to report - couldn't see them going through the effort of finding my car and returning it back to me.
Sanjay Khatri ()