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In this case, the Supreme Court has instructed the National Legal  Services Authority (NALSA) to develop a plan containing  recommendations for executing the revised Motor Vehicles Act and the  Central Motor Vehicles Rules. 

The court further said that the Secretary of NALSA should submit the  affidavit after consulting with the learned Amicus Curiae, State Legal  Services Authorities, Central Government officers, GIC, IRDA, and, if  necessary, State officers. 

An additional amount of Rs. 2,30,000 (Rupees Two Lakhs Thirty  Thousand only) should be released to the learned Amicus Curiae, who  may distribute it among other assisting Amicus. The remaining funds’  status should be presented in the court’s office report on the next  scheduled date. 

The case will be reconsidered on January 5, 2024, at the end of the  Board’s proceedings. 

The order was passed by a bench of Justice J K Maheshwari and Justice  K V Viswanathan  

Written by Samruddhi Kulkarni from ILS Law College pune (BA.LL.B), Intern under legal vidhiya. 

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