Gadkari : Invokes Ram to assure and justify Ayodhya road upgrade to NH
Gadkari was caught in a controversy late last year when he was spotted riding a scooter without a helmet.
Gadkari’s counsel argued that admissibility of evidence was not required at stage of framing of notice.
Performance Review Committee blamed Gadkari for contributing to delays in payment of wages.
E-rickshaws had gone off roads after Delhi High Court banned their plying in July on safety concerns.
The web portal was also inaugurated on Tuesday by the minister, at an event organised by the Hydraulic Trailer Owners Association.
The Union transport minister laid the foundation for a 400/200-kV substation at Tughlakabad.
For the 890-km long highway, the Centre would soon sanction Rs 13,000 crore, Gadkari said.
Lukewarm response to membership drive also to be taken up.
The minister said Axis and ICICI banks had come forward to undertake the e-toll system.
The Centre and the state have taken the decision to get rid of illegal encroachments on BPT land.
“All the new roads which we will be constructing will be of concrete,” Gadkari told reporters.
Nitin Gadkari suggested that “the mindset of Bengal and Kerala needs to be changed”.
Nitin Gadkari said there will be no dearth of money from Central Government’s side.
Dikshit made her first appearance in the case, after resigning as Kerala governor.
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