New Delhi. The day is not far when you can hear the tunes of tabla, flute, piano or any other musical instrument on the road instead of the unsound horns of vehicles. In fact, the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways is going to make rules regarding this very soon. According to a report of Lokmat, Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari has also started working on this. Which rule may come into force in the coming months.
Nitin Gadkari said this thing – According to Lokmat’s report, Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari said that, I live on the 11th floor of a building in Nagpur. Where I wake up every morning and do pranayam for one hour. But during this time the horn of the vehicle disturbs a lot. That’s why I thought why not use Indian musical instruments like tabla and flute for the horn of the vehicle. So that no one has trouble playing them.
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Ministry of Transport implemented India Series – The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways has recently introduced Bharat Series numbers for vehicles in the country. In which if a person goes to another state, then he will no longer have to re-register his vehicle. Along with this, he will also not have to face other problems related to the environment.
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Scrap policy has been implemented – The government has already implemented a scrapping policy to remove old vehicles from the road in the country. According to the government, with this policy, there will be growth in the auto sector as well as people will be able to get two-wheeler and four wheeler vehicles cheaper than before.
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