Road transport and National Highways policy of Madhya Pradesh appreciated


Bhopal : Union Minister for Road Transport and National Highways, Shri Nitin Gadkari has appreciated policy of Madhya Pradesh government. Shri Gadkari was addressing national meeting of union road transport and national highways ministry in Vadodara (Gujarat) today. Home and Transport Minister Shri Bhupendra Singh represented Madhya Pradesh in the meeting.

Transport minister Shri Bhupendra Singh informed that Madhya Pradesh took several important decisions under the leadership of Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan. Twenty-one integrated check posts have been closed down to prevent wastage of time in transportation in the state. All the services related with transport have been made online. Shri Bhupendra Singh said that at present over 700 air-conditioned non-stop buses are plying in the state. Over 1.57 lakh women have been provided free licence facility till now. RTA has been given sufficient power for tourism in Madhya Pradesh.

Special package demanded for Bundelkhand region

Minister Shri Bhupendra Singh demanded special package for Bhundelkhand region from Union minister Shri Gadkari. In which, he demanded construction of railway over bridge on Rahatgarh-Khurai-Khimlasa road at gate no 6 on Beena-Katni rail track and gate no 7 at Khera Naka in Khurai City.

The transport minister Shri Singh requested to select assembly area Khurai of Sagar district for opening motor driving training school in Bundelkhand region. Also, he urged to construct five major roads with construction of culvert-bridges in Khurai assembly area.


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