Wearing of mask while driving alone mandatory during pandemic, says Delhi HC

Wearing of mask while driving alone mandatory during pandemic, says Delhi HC
TOI
The Delhi High Court on Wednesday held that wearing of a mask while driving alone in a private vehicle was mandatory during COVID-19, noting that the face covering is like a 'suraksha kavach' amid the pandemic.

Justice Prathiba M Singh also refused to interfere with the Delhi government's decision to impose challans for not wearing a mask while driving a private vehicle alone and dismissed the pleas challenging the same.

The court said the mask was like a 'suraksha kavach' (protective shield) during the prevailing pandemic.

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