Vasundhara Raje: Rajasthan will have automated driving tracks


JAIPUR: Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje on Friday guided the vehicle office authorities to move all the driving schools and driving tracks in the state in computerized mode and coordinate and run them under open private-particiaption (PPP) mode.

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Amid the survey meeting of the division, she said that the procedure to issue driving licenses ought to be computerisation as the move dishearten the dealers dynamic in the provincial transport workplaces and help the regular man.

The way toward making licenses and vehicle enrollment ought to be moved to mechanized mode and the driving schools keep running by the vehicle workplaces ought to be worked on PPP mode, she said.

The CM likewise guided the authorities to begin take a shot at improvement of transport terminals at Jaipur, Ajmer and Udaipur and create offices at the transport stands.

Transport pastor Yunus Khan, ACS Public Works division DB Gupta, Principal Secretary Finance P S Mehra and others were available in the meeting, a discharge said.

Meanwhile, Rajasthan government propelled the 'Mukhyamantri Gramin Gharelu Yojna' (CM's Rural Domestic Connection plan) to give residential force associations with the habitations of ranchers situated on their homesteads in scattered villas in the state.

Qualified agriculturists will need to enroll themselves to get a power associations from September 19 to October 30 by saving the enlistment measure of Rs. 100, Energy Minister Pushpendra Singh said on Friday.

He said under the plan, agriculturists will need to stay in their homesteads and there is no plan in present for issuing power associations in such non-private/non-living ranges.

In perspective of rising interest for such associations, the plan has been begun.

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