Nitin Gadkari blames unnamed vested interests for delay in passing of Road Safety Bill
He also says its non-passage has been his “biggest regret ” so far
Nitin Gadkari, the road transport and highways minister, recently stated in an interview that the non-passage of the Road Safety Bill is his “biggest regret ” so far, and he wants to “cut accidents by at least 50 per cent as early as possible”. According to Gadkari, the delay is caused by unnamed “vested interests” who are "opposed to transparency and computerisation in the highways sector".
Nitin Gadkari says he will 'thrash' anybody who talks about caste in Maharashtra; claims state has no place for casteism
Union transport minister Nitin Gadkari on Sunday said that there was no place for casteism in his area because of his "warning" that anybody talking about caste will be "thrashed" by him.
Nitin Gadkari was speaking at the ground-breaking ceremony of the permanent campus of the Indian Institute of Management, Nagpur
Ramdas Athawale on Saturday said the Narendra Modi government is not anti-Dalit and asserted that reservation for the oppressed community will remain intact.