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Ganesh Chaturthi 2022: To stop site visitors congestion and to offer ease in car motion, Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde has directed the state administration to create a separate lane at toll plazas on the Mumbai-Pune Expressway for automobiles going for the upcoming Ganesh competition. The choice was taken to ease the motion of site visitors on the freeway, a press release from the chief minister’s workplace on August 28 learn. The ten-day Ganesh competition begins on August 31. Shinde visited the Khalapur toll plaza and determined after a gathering with officers. He requested for elevated manpower to forestall site visitors congestion and rush at toll plazas throughout festivals and holidays.

The CM additionally requested the authorities to strengthen the CCTV system to forestall accidents and guarantee safety on the expressway. On Friday (August 26), the Maharashtra authorities waived the toll on Mumbai-Bengaluru and Mumbai-Goa highways in addition to toll plazas of different Public Works Division (PWD) roads from August 27 to September 11 due to the Ganesh competition.

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The transfer was aimed toward offering reduction to Lord Ganesha devotees travelling from totally different components of Maharashtra to the state’s coastal Konkan belt. For availing of the low cost, the automobiles must sport a sticker with ‘Ganeshotsav 2022, Konkan Darshan,’ with the total particulars of the car and its proprietor/s on it, as required by the Transport Division.

Yearly, throughout Ganeshotsav, a number of lakhs of individuals from Mumbai, Pune, and different main cities troop all the way down to the coastal Konkan districts like Palghar, Thane, Raigad, Ratnagiri, and Sindhudurg to rejoice the state`s greatest public competition.

(With inputs from PTI)




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