Gadkari Advocates Permanent NHAI Cadre
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Gadkari Advocates Permanent NHAI Cadre

In a paradigm-shifting proposal, Nitin Gadkari, the Minister of Road Transport and Highways, underscores the need for a permanent cadre within the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI). This move signifies a departure from the existing practice of deputing officers from various services for limited durations.

Gadkari argues that a dedicated and consistent workforce within NHAI will foster a deeper understanding of the intricacies of highway development and maintenance. This shift aligns with the broader vision of streamlining processes, ensuring long-term planning, and bolstering accountability.

The proposal addresses challenges related to project delays and inconsistent implementation, offering a structural solution for sustained progress in India's road infrastructure. Key stakeholders and experts have welcomed the suggestion, emphasizing its potential to transform the dynamics of highway management.

As India continues to focus on robust infrastructure development, Gadkari's proposal emerges as a strategic step towards fostering excellence and reliability in the crucial domain of national highways.

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In a paradigm-shifting proposal, Nitin Gadkari, the Minister of Road Transport and Highways, underscores the need for a permanent cadre within the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI). This move signifies a departure from the existing practice of deputing officers from various services for limited durations. Gadkari argues that a dedicated and consistent workforce within NHAI will foster a deeper understanding of the intricacies of highway development and maintenance. This shift aligns with the broader vision of streamlining processes, ensuring long-term planning, and bolstering accountability. The proposal addresses challenges related to project delays and inconsistent implementation, offering a structural solution for sustained progress in India's road infrastructure. Key stakeholders and experts have welcomed the suggestion, emphasizing its potential to transform the dynamics of highway management. As India continues to focus on robust infrastructure development, Gadkari's proposal emerges as a strategic step towards fostering excellence and reliability in the crucial domain of national highways.

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