New Delhi, 18/3 (AO Bureau): Union Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari (Road Transport and Highways Minister) on Thursday made a big announcement regarding the toll plaza. In the Lok Sabha, Nitin Gadkari said that all toll plazas from the country will be abolished in the next one year. However, this will not mean that toll will not have to be paid. Now GPS system (Gps system) will be installed in trains, with the help of which toll can be paid.
What did Nitin Gadkari say?
On Thursday, Nitin Gadkari said that during the previous governments, tolls were created in many places within urban areas, which is wrong and unjust. The work of removing them will be completed in a year. During the Question Hour in Lok Sabha, members of the House Gurjit Aujla, Deepak Badge and Kunwar Danish Ali gave this information on their behalf in response to supplementary questions. He said that tolls were first created within cities. This is wrong and unjust. This toll will also end in a year. There were a lot of thieves in such tolls. The toll plaza will end but toll will have to be paid. Gadkari said that 93 percent of the vehicles pay toll using FASTag.
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