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Rahul Bhatt   25 July 2022

Person has physically handicapped cert(100% blind) and driving license

What can be done if a person has acquired P.H certificate with 100% blindness and also govt pension under same scheme later he also got a driving license from RTO when he can't even identify people in sunlight. I have complained to police but they are not responding. what action can be taken in him and RTO officials. I have no proofs with me but have seen it hence complained to police.


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Swadha   13 August 2022

Para 16 : Revocation of driving licence on grounds of disease or disability.
Notwithstanding anything contained in the foregoing sections, any licensing authority may at any time revoke driving licence or may require, as a condition of continuing to hold such driving licence, the holder thereof to produce a medical certificate in the same form and in the same manner as is referred to in subsection (3) of section 8, if the licensing authority has reasonable grounds to believe that the holder of the driving licence is, by virtue of any disease or disability, unfit to drive a motor vehicle and where the authority revoking a driving licence is not the authority which issued the same, it shall intimate the fact of revocation to the authority which issued that licence.

Corresponding Law. – Section 16 corresponds to section 12 of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1939.

Objects and Reasons. – Clause 16 seeks to empower the licensing authorities to revoke the driving licences if the holder of driving licence is found medically unfit to drive by virtue of any disease or disability.

Para 32 : Revocation of a conductor’s licence on grounds of disease or disability.
A conductor’s licence may at any time be revoked by any licensing
authority if that authority has reasonable grounds to believe that the hold of the licence is suffering from any disease or disability which is likely to render him permanently unfit to hold such a licence and where the authority revoking a conductor’s licence is not the authority which issued the same, it shall intimate the fact of such revocation to the authority which issued that licence :

Provided that before revoking any licence, the licensing authority shall give the person holding such licence a reasonable opportunity of being heard.

Corresponding Law. – Section 32 corresponds to section 21-D of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1939.
Objects and Reasons. – Clause 32 corresponds to clause 16.


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