Delhi High Court rejects plea challenging mandatory uniform, badges for auto and taxi drivers

An organisation named Chaalak Shakti approached the High Court arguing that forcing the drivers to wear uniform is an affront to the constitutional freedoms.

The Delhi High Court recently dismissed a plea challenging the provisions of the Delhi Motor Vehicles Rules and permit conditions which make it mandatory for the drivers of taxis and auto rickshaws to wear uniforms and badges [Chaalak Shakti & Ors v Govt of NCT of Delhi & Ors].

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