News and Information for the vehicle recycling industry

UCC 2021 Aug L
Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
    • News from previous months

    • Archives

  • EVENTS
  • VIEWPOINTS
  • CONTACT
  • ABOUT
  • NEWSLETTER
  • MEDIA
  • WEBINAR
  • ASSOCIATIONS LIST
UCC 2021 Aug T

Indian finance minister calls for vehicle scrappage policy to be expedited

Nirmala Sitharaman said that enhanced capital expenditure will play a critical role in revitalising the economy post-pandemic

Indian finance minister calls for vehicle scrappage policy to be expedited p
According to The Hindu.com, Finance and Corporate Affairs Minister, Nirmala Sitharaman has called for expediting the implementation of the vehicle scrappage policy and improving the data as well as road connectivity in hilly regions and aspirational districts of the country.

 

At a review meeting with the Departments of Telecom and Atomic Energy and the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MoRTH), Ms Sitharaman said that enhanced capital expenditure will play a critical role in revitalising the economy post-pandemic and encouraged them to front-load such spending.

While the Budget has a capital outlay of ₹5.54 lakh crore, the minister said public sector enterprises need to complement these capex efforts and ministries must tap innovating methods to fund new projects.

The Finance Ministry said in a statement that the telecom department was urged to expedite important projects pertaining to the provision of high-level data connectivity in all parts of the country including aspirational districts.

The statement from the Finance Ministry said:

“The MoRTH was asked to explore the possibility of enhancing connectivity in hilly regions and to expedite the implementation of Vehicle Scrapping Facility. The Department of Atomic Energy was asked to ensure timely achievement of initiatives announced under the Atma Nirbhar Bharat Package.”

Ms Sitharaman asked ministries to explore Public-Private Partnerships for viable projects and sought early clearance of pending dues for Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises.

Source www.thehindu.com

Share on facebook
Facebook
Share on twitter
Twitter
Share on linkedin
LinkedIn