Nitin Gadkari on Sky Bus: Union Minister for Road Transport and Highways, Government of India, Nitin Gadkari has given key information regarding Sky Bus from his official ‘X’ handle. In fact, Gadkari today stopped in Sharjah in the United Arab Emirates during his visit to India from Prague. They then visited U-Sky Technology’s Pilot Certification and Experience Center in the UAE and took a ride on the Sky Bus.
Along with this, news also came out quoting Union Minister Gadkari that soon the government will try to bring sky buses running on this technology in major metros of India. This includes cities like Pune, Nagpur and Delhi.
Nitin Gadkari posted information on social media
Let us tell you that the information regarding Sky Bus was revealed by quoting Nitin Gadkari. He posted from his official ‘X’ handle and wrote that he was returning to India from Prague, during which he visited U-Sky Technology’s Pilot Certification and Experience Center in UAE. Along with this, Union Minister Gadkari experienced the demo of the flying bus (Sky Bus) and also took a test ride of this bus. Now it is being said that the government will soon bring this technology to India and operate it in some major cities.
Preparation to bring Sky Bus technology to India
Let us tell you that the Indian government is trying to bring this modern technology to India soon. For this, Gadkari’s official ‘X’ handle on behalf of the government said that “Sky Bus provides a sustainable, congestion-free urban mobility solution. This technology will prove to be effective in Indian cities like Bengaluru, Pune, Nagpur and Delhi and efforts are being made to bring it to India soon.”
With this official statement of Gadkari, a lot of news is now being made about this and it is being said that this facility can be seen in India as soon as possible.
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