'The highway has nothing to do with the centre' Nitin Gadkari on the Agra bus accident
'The highway has nothing to do with the centre' Nitin Gadkari on the Agra bus accident

NEW DELHI: In Uttar Pradesh, at least 29 people were killed and more than a dozen seriously injured in a tragic road accident on The Yamuna Expressway in Atmadpur police station area of Agra district early Monday morning.  The matter also arose in the Lok Sabha on Monday, which was answered by Union Road and Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari himself. In the Rajya Sabha, Nitin Gadkari said, it is very unfortunate.

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Gadkari said the highway was built by the Uttar Pradesh government. It has nothing to do with the Government of India. The Noida Authority controls this highway. The Noida Authority has held talks with the people. It is a cement concrete highway. There were 1525 incidents in 2016, killing 133 people. There were 146 deaths in 2017 and 111 deaths in 2018. The Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh has held talks with the CM for today's incident.

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Union Minister Nitin Gadkari has said that things have come to notice. We have tyres that are made. What is their quality? We did not have the information. In the US, silicon is filled with rubber in western countries. The rubber should be filled with silicon as well as nitrogen. We are concentrate on implementing both the things. The Yamuna Expressway is witnessing frequent accidents that raise questions about the government and the management.

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