Nitin Gadkari: Changes in the rules of toll tax, Nitin Gadkari made a big announcement, now money will not be deducted!
Nitin Gadkari On Toll Tax: There is great news for those traveling on the highway. Often those traveling on the highway have to pay toll tax. but the central government is soon going to make changes in the rules related to toll tax. Nitin Gadkari has given information about this. Let us tell you that it is planning to bring a bill related to toll tax.
Emphasis will be given on the use of technology
Giving information, Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari has said. that there is no provision of any kind of punishment for non-payment of toll tax. Along with this, the Union Minister said that in the coming days. emphasis will be laid on the use of technology to collect toll tax.
Preparations are being made to bring the bill
Nitin Gadkari has further said that till now there is no provision for punishment for not paying toll. but preparations are on to bring a bill regarding toll. Now toll tax will be deducted directly from your bank account. No separate action will be taken for this
money will be deducted directly from the account
Nitin Gadkari has told that now toll tax will not have to be paid. the amount will be deducted directly from your account. Apart from this, the Union Minister said, ‘In 2019. we made a rule that cars will come with company-fitted number plates. That’s why the vehicles that have come in the last four years have different number plates. Before the year 2024, 26 green expressways will be ready in the country. and India will be at par with America in terms of roads. Along with this, the Union Minister said that in the coming days. emphasis will also be laid on the use of technology to collect toll tax.
What is the rule this time?
Nitin Gadkari said that at present, if a person covers a distance of even 10 km on the toll road. then he has to pay a fee of 75 km, but in the new system. only the distance will be charged for the distance covered. He denied that the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) was going through a financial crisis. said that the condition of NHAI is absolutely fine and there is no shortage of money with it. He said that in the past two banks offered loans at low rates.
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