Driving licence and learner's licence tests to resume with immediate effect
The Morning Standard|January 29, 2022
In light of the declining Covid cases, the state government on Friday issued an order that the transport department will resume the Driving Licence (DL) Skill Test and Learner’s Licence (LL) Test activities with immediate effect.

The order states that the department had suspended the services on January 5 in order to contain the Covid-19 spread and also in compliance with the Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) order of January 4, 2022.

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