The licensing authority can revoke or disqualify a person from holding a license in the following cases:
- If you are a habitual criminal or a habitual drunkard.
- If you are addicted to any drugs as listed under the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act.
- If you have used a motor vehicle to commit a crime which is cognizable in nature (police can arrest you without a warrant).
- If you have a record of driving in a manner which is dangerous to the public or is an act which causes a nuisance to the public.
In cases where you have been convicted for an offence and the court has instructed a fresh driving test but you have failed that test.
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