The new Transport minister in Delhi government Kailash Gehlot today conducted a surprise inspection of the Burari office of the department.
The minister visited the vehicle inspection and auto rickshaw units situated at Transport department office at Burari and took stock of its working besides inspecting basic amenities available at the office.
He directed that CCTV cameras should be installed at both units for monitoring purposes.
He said the Delhi Integrated Multi-modal Transit System (DIMTS) should ensure that the GPS fitted with vehicles were activated from the date of activation upto one year till date of expiry.
The minister also issued directions for an efficient person at the help desk of the auto rickshaw unit and separate toilets for men and women there.
He instructed the Motor Licensing Officer (MLO) to apply for a new water connection in view of shortage of water at the auto rickshaw unit.
He also asked for cleaning of the main road approaching the office.
In view of the poor condition of the building, he directed for approaching the government agencies for extensive repairs in a time-bound manner.
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