Driverless Cars Won’t Be Allowed In India – Transport minister Nitin Gadkari
On monday, indian Union minister Nitin Gadkari said that”driverless cars will not be allowed in India as it will lead to joblessness“.
As report of ndtv,The road transport minister also said that the government will focus on training drivers as adequate driving skills can provide employment to about 50 lakh people’s of india.
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Union minister Nitin Gadkari said “We will not allow driverless cars in India. India suffers a huge shortage of 22 lakh drivers…Cab aggregators take advantage of these. We are not going to promote any technology or policy that will render people jobless“. He also said the government will only have facilitates in this but the platform will bring more and more competitive and help to the commuters to have the affordable public transportation.
The indian government will promote electric vehicles for the make India powerful technology in world but would not allowed to if its imports. Automobile companies are manufacturing this as per ‘make in india’ drive.
Indian government also planning to make GPS system and satellite tracking system for all public and private vehicles.
Union minister Nitin Gadkari also said “Talks are on with World Bank and Asian Development Bank (ADB) to help India to replicate the London Transport Authority Model where all the public transportation buses would be replaced by luxury buses and a common man can travel in them by paying about 40 percent less price as compared to current fares”.
The indian government planing to construct 25 bus ports pan-India at present, he said. Also, there has been changes in the e-rickshaw and carts designs manufacturing and facilitates to transportation of goods.
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