India, May 16 -- The transport authority in North Delhi's Burari, which chief minister Arvind Kejriwal had called a "den of corruption", is far from being shut despite his direction in July last year.

In an order issued on Tuesday, the city's transport department said it has shifted fitness tests of taxis back to the vehicle inspection unit (VIU) in Burari.

Nearly 35,000 taxis registered under the DL1Z series, including new additions, will now skip automated tests that remove any human intervention.

They will instead be checked manually at Burari as was being done until over a year ago. At present, the Delhi government has only one automated vehicle fitness test centre in Outer Delhi's Jhuljhuli.

Tuesday's order also stated that all g...