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Last Updated 28th January, 2020
This section contains 30 bare Acts and Rules in vogue in the Union Territory of Chandigarh. This section is still under construction.
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FACT SHEET 6
|Enforced with effect from 1.3.1964; vide S.O. 189, dated 1.3.1964, see Gazette of India, Pt.II, Section 3(ii). Enforced in Sikkim w.e.f. 1.9.1984 vide Notification No.529 (E), dated 22.7.1983.|
Object & Reasons6
|Statement of Objects and Reasons.-There are at present certain enactments like the Motor Vehicles Act, 1939 and the Factories Act, 1948, which cover certain sections of motor transport workers and certain aspects of their conditions of employment. There is, however, no independent legislation applicable to motor transport workers as a whole or for regulating the various aspects of their conditions of employment, work and wages. It is considered desirable to have a separate legislative measure for motor transport workers which would cover matters like medical facilities, welfare facilities, hours of work, spread-over, rest periods, overtime, annual leave with pay, etc., on the analogy of similar enactments for workers in factories, mines and plantations. The present Bill is intended to achieve this object.|
STATE AMENDMENTS 6
|[ Delhi ] .In its application to the Union territory of Delhi , in S. 1,
(i) in sub-Section (2), the words except the Union territory of Delhi shall be omitted;
(ii) to sub-Section (2), add the following proviso, namely:Provided that on and from the commencement of the Delhi Road Transport Laws (Amendment) Act, 1971,this Act, as amended by the said Act, shall extend to, and be in force in, the Union territory of Delhi.
(iii) sub-Section (3) shall be omitted. Delhi Road Transport Laws (Amendment) Act, 1971 (71 of 1971),S. 7 and Sch . I (w.r.e.f . 3-11-1971 ).
OLD LAW 6
Prior to its substitution, sub-Section (1) read as under:-|
" (1) No person shall be granted a learner's licence-
(a) to drive a heavy goods vehicle unless he has held a driving licence for at least two years to drive a light motor vehicle or for at least one year to drive a medium goods vehicle;
(b) to drive a heavy passenger motor vehicle unless he has held a driving licence for at least two years to drive a light motor vehicle or for at least one year to drive a medium passenger motor vehicle;
(c) to drive a medium goods vehicle or a medium passenger motor vehicle unless he has held a driving licence for at least one year to drive a light motor vehicle."
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