6 Sept 2023

Madhya Pradesh To Be First State To Produce Green Hydrogen: Nitin Gadkari


Bhopal: Union Minister for Surface Transport and Highways Nitin Gadkari has said that Madhya Pradesh will be the first state in the country to produce green hydrogen. The state has performed well in the energy sector.

Construction of Indore to Hyderabad highway is going on

Nitin Gadkari said that the construction of Indore to Hyderabad highway is going on at a cost of Rs. 18 thousand crore. Two tunnels and three viaducts will be constructed in 34 kilometers between Indore and Khandwa on the route to Hyderabad via Khandwa, Khargone, Burhanpur, Ichhapur, Jalgaon and Nanded. 


Through this route, one can reach Omkareshwar from Indore in one hour and from Indore to Burhanpur in two hours. The work for Khandwa bypass from Deshgaon to Sudhi will start in October. Gadkari was addressing a public meeting in Khandwa.

Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, State Forest Minister Kunwar Vijay Shah and other public representatives were present.

Farmers will also become Urja Data

Gadkari said that the farmers must get remunerative prices for his crop. They will also become the Urja Data (energy provider) along with Anna Data. The process of making ethanol from broken rice, maize, jowar, sugarcane juice and molasses has started in the country. Ethanol is being used as fuel in Spice Jet and Vistara planes.

Scooters which run on 100 percent bio-ethanol are also coming

Similarly, scooters from Bajaj, TVS and Hero companies which run on 100 percent bio-ethanol are also coming. Farmers will get Rs. 16 lakh crore which is spent on the import of petrol, diesel and fossil fuel with the use of bio ethanol as fuel, Gadkari said.

The Union Minister said that smart villages will be developed. Madhya Pradesh is becoming a power station of development. In order to make Madhya Pradesh a prosperous, welfare activities will continue for the poor, labourers, farmers, exploited, oppressed, Dalits, tribals and forest dwellers and in the coming time we will get to see a new Madhya Pradesh.

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