Ramnagari Ayodhya will now be pollution free and will drive Cng vehicles

Divisional Commissioner MP Agrawal chairs the meeting with the Ayodhya District Magistrate and RTO
– Photo: FAIZABAD

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Ayodhya. With the construction of the Shri Ram Temple, the city of Ayodhya will be made magnificent and new. In this order, preparations have also begun to make Ayodhya environmentally friendly.
For this purpose, public transport in the urban area of ​​Ayodhya-Faizabad is allowed to operate CNG vehicles. Now only CNG vehicles are being re-registered by the traffic authorities, and vehicles that have expired will be taken off the road.
A corresponding decision was made at the meeting of the district traffic office on Friday. At the meeting in the commissioner’s office chaired by the division chairman, it was decided that the general public could use CNG vehicles in urban areas across the division.
Instructions have been given to implement this system effectively, particularly in the city of Ayodhya. Divisional Commissioner MP Agrawal said the government was committed to controlling pollution.
This system is being implemented effectively in an important city like Ayodhya. For this purpose, two CNG pumps were installed in Ayodhya and two in Barabanki.
From here, the CNG system will be available to the new public transport. At the same time, permission was given to install a CNG kit instead of gasoline.
In addition, instructions were also given to re-authorize only CNG vehicles, and vehicles whose authorizations are expiring should be taken off the road. The area representative said that the guidelines of the state authority would be followed 100 percent.
Vehicles with an expired national permit will not be renewed under any circumstances. The corresponding approval is revoked.
He said the government has made a commitment to control pollution, and especially in an important city like Ayodhya, this system should be effectively implemented and regularly reviewed.
District Judge Anuj Kumar Jha, who was present at the session, said the Ministry of Transport should continue the review campaign of the Kovid Protocol in rural and urban areas.
In addition, necessary measures should be taken to increase revenue. The Divisional Transport Officer, Assistant Transport Officer, etc. of the transport department were present at the meeting.

Ayodhya. With the construction of the Shri Ram Temple, the city of Ayodhya will be made magnificent and new. In this order, preparations have also begun to make Ayodhya environmentally friendly.

For this purpose, public transport in the urban area of ​​Ayodhya-Faizabad is allowed to operate CNG vehicles. Now only CNG vehicles are being re-registered by the traffic authorities, and vehicles that have expired will be taken off the road.

A corresponding decision was made at the meeting of the district traffic office on Friday. At the meeting in the commissioner’s office chaired by the division chairman, it was decided that the general public could use CNG vehicles in urban areas across the division.

Instructions have been given to implement this system effectively, particularly in the city of Ayodhya. Divisional Commissioner MP Agrawal said the government was committed to controlling pollution.

This system is being implemented effectively in an important city like Ayodhya. For this purpose, two CNG pumps were installed in Ayodhya and two in Barabanki.

From here, the CNG system will be available to the new public transport. At the same time, permission was given to install a CNG kit instead of gasoline.

In addition, instructions were also given to re-authorize only CNG vehicles, and vehicles whose authorizations are expiring should be taken off the road. The area representative said that the guidelines of the state authority would be followed 100 percent.

Vehicles with an expired national permit will not be renewed under any circumstances. The corresponding approval is revoked.

He said the government has made a commitment to control pollution, and especially in an important city like Ayodhya, this system should be effectively implemented and regularly reviewed.

District Judge Anuj Kumar Jha, who was present at the session, said the Ministry of Transport should continue the review campaign of the Kovid Protocol in rural and urban areas.

In addition, necessary measures should be taken to increase revenue. The Divisional Transport Officer, Assistant Transport Officer, etc. of the transport department were present at the meeting.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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