New Delhi: In the country's main rail stations, bus depots, airports, and malls, you will soon be able to enjoy Kulhar tea. Union Road Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari has also written a letter to Railway Minister Piyush Goyal. At present, only Varanasi and Rae Bareli stations provide that Kulhar made of clay Tea.
In this context, Nitin Gadkari said, "I have sent a letter to Piyush Goyal asking him to make Kulhar mandatory at 100 railway stations. I have also talked about making it mandatory at the tea shops of the airport and bus depots. We will also encourage malls to use Kulhar." Gadkari has said that it will also provide employment to local potters. At the same time, the discontinuation of the use of paper and plastic glasses will only reduce the damage to the environment.
Gadkari has also asked the Khadi Village Industries Commission to provide necessary equipment for the production of Kulhar on a large scale in case of increased demand. On the other hand, Vinay Kumar Saxena, chairman of the Commission, said, "We had provided 10,000 electric chalks to make the potters Kulhar for the last two years. This year, we have set a target of 25 thousand electric chalk distribution. The government is distributing electric chalk under the Potters Empowerment Scheme.