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Will not insist on original licence till Sept 5, Govt tells HC

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The Tamil Nadu Government on Friday informed the Madras High Court that it would defer its instruction (till September 5) to motorists to carry their original licence.

Advocate-General Vijay Narayan gave the undertaking to the Bench during the hearing of a write filed by Tamil Nadu Lorry Owners Federation.

The State Government, on August 22, ordered that motorists should carry their original licence from September 1 while driving.

Earlier, talking to reporters here, Regional Transport Officer S. Udhaya Kumar said defaulters would be fined Rs. 500 or may face three months jail term.

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