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The Motor Vehicles Act, 1988

18. Driving licences  to drive  motor vehicles,  belonging to  the Central Government.

  1. Such  authority as  may be  prescribed by the Central Government may issue driving licence valid throughout India to persons who  have completed  their  eighteenth  year  to  drive  motor vehicles which  are the  property or  for the  time  being  under  the exclusive  control   of  the  Central  Government  and  are  used  for Government purposes  relating  to  the  defence  of  the  country  and unconnected with any commercial enterprise.
  2. A driving licence issued under this section shall specify the class or description of vehicle which the holder is entitled to drive and the period for which he is so entitled.
  3. A driving licence issued under this section shall not entitle the holder to drive any motor vehicle except a motor vehicle referred to in sub-section (1).
  4. The authority issuing any driving licence under this section shall,  at   the  request   of  any  State  Government,  furnish  such Information respecting any person to whom a driving licence is issued as that Government may at any time require.

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