Friday witnessed Gujarat Chief Minister, Vijay Rupani inaugurating India’s very first laser technology-based advanced Automatic Vehicle Monitoring System(AVMS) equipped interstate RTO check post at Shamlaji of Aravalli district near Gujarat-Rajasthan border.
Carrying a heavy cost of Rs 4.72 crore, the check-post comes equipped with advanced ray technology. It’s state-of-the-art automatic system is capable of checking overloaded vehicles and fining them.
Along with the check post project, Chief Minister Rupani also laid the foundation stones of a number of other developmental works in the tribal area of Aravalli district worth a whopping Rs. 30 crore.
All of the 16 check posts across the state of Gujarat will be now made modern and automatic at a cost of Rs 35 crore during next year. The Gujarat government will be putting this income to use for the overall welfare of poor, deprived and last-person of the state.
According to Rupani, the new AVMS RTO check post come well-equipped with laser technology and advanced tools for making the entire process transparent and eliminating the influence of middlemen and mafias at the check posts.
“We have fulfilled our commitment to provide transparent, sensitive, decisive and progressive government to the people,” said Rupani at the inauguration.
The inauguration event also saw Rupani using the platform to brief people about all the steps that this government has taken so far for the overall development of poor and tribal people of the state. He also stressed that his government is looking to implement a stricter ban on hookah bars and liquor prohibition to keep the youth of the nation away from the evil of bad habits.
The event, which saw Commissioner of Transportation Department and Secretary In-charge to Aravalli District RM Jadav giving a welcome speech, also saw Principal Secretary to Transportation Department Vipul Mitra making the people gathered aware about all the benefits that vehicle owners would have because of AVMS RTO check-post.
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