Delhi court prohibits man from driving vehicle for entire life

Delhi court prohibits man from driving vehicle for entire life

A Delhi court has barred a man from driving vehicle for his entire life as a stern punishment for rashly driving a truck and crushing to death a nine-year-old boy 17 years ago.
The court also said the order be circulated to all registration authorities across the country. Besides this, the convict was sent to jail for one year for causing the death of the school-going child by negligence.

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