Kejriwal for abolition of Rule 8 of Motor Vehicles Act

Bengaluru, Jan. 31 (ANI): Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday demanded abolition of Rule 8 of Motor Vehicles Act that mandates eighth class pass for obtaining auto driving license, saying he doesn’t have the same.

“I have heard that here, you need to have class eight certificate for getting a badge. I don’t have a class eight certificate. I do have degrees but I don’t have the eight class certificate,” Kejriwal said while addressing a rally here.

“Who keeps the class eighth certificate? An auto driver told me that class eight certificates are available for Rs. 20,000,” he added.

The Delhi Chief Minister, who is here for the naturopathy treatment, criticised the Karnataka Government for this anarchic whip.

“You don’t certificates to read signs placed roadside. The Minister who made this rule, I want to ask them, if they understood foreign language when they visit abroad. The signs are made so that even illiterates can understand the rules easily,” Kejriwal said. (ANI)

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