The GATI portal shall be reviewed by senior officers of the ministry. Govt will take instantaneous motion on the complaints lodged on this portal.
GATI Portal in News: The Union Road Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari just lately launched on-line Web Portal ‘GATI.’ It has been ready by the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) after taking inspiration from PMO’s PRAGATI portal.
One can attain the GATI portal through NHAI web site or it may be immediately used. People can increase projects or construction-related issued on this portal. Not solely this, the issue raised shall be monitored day by day by a crew of officers in NHAI.
Benefits of GATI Portal
• The GATI portal shall be reviewed by senior officers of the ministry.
• This is not going to solely deliver transparency within the works however may even speed up the choice to enhance the nationwide freeway development work.
• Union Minister for Road Transport & Highways Nitin Gadkari mentioned on this event that the ministry will difficulty directions wherever an issue arises associated to the freeway development.
• This portal shall be monitored by a crew of NHAI officers. Instant motion shall be taken on the complaints lodged on this portal.
Delhi-Mumbai expressway in three years
Union Minister Nitin Gadkari just lately introduced that the Delhi-Mumbai Expressway mission shall be prepared in three years. The value of those schemes is 3.10 lakh crores. The work of Delhi-Mumbai Expressway shall be executed in 51 packages whereas 18 packages have already began their assigned work. Delhi-Mumbai would be the longest expressway within the nation. The size of this expressway shall be 1,320 km.
A overview assembly held
Highways Authority of India (NHAI) and the Union Ministry of Road Transport and Highways just lately organized a overview assembly. They mentioned varied points associated to freeway development. Around 500 projects price Rs 3 lakh crore have been reviewed throughout this overview assembly. Projects of the South and Central area have been reviewed on the primary day, whereas the remaining areas have been reviewed on the second day.