The bench refused to stay the February circular, saying:
“Such a condition is not unreasonable because a driver of a public vehicle is expected to know the regional language so he can understand directions given by commuters. We, therefore, do not propose to grant a stay."
“Why should a licence be granted when you don't understand Marathi? If you go to Tamil Nadu, you have to speak the local language. You must be in a position to communicate with passengers."
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