People Will Be Able To Travel By Drone, Nitin Gadkari Showed Another Dream

OM Prakash
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Union Minister Nitin Gadkari, who gave excellent highways and expressways to the country, has now shown a new dream to the public. He says that people will be seen travelling through drones in the future. He has described the future of the drone sector as bright and noted that bio aviation fuel could come on the market soon.

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Four People Will Be Able To Travel With One Drone

According to the report of Times of India, Nitin Gadkari said that drones will develop a lot in the coming time. Four people can travel from the city to the airport through drones. Union Road and Transport Minister Gadkari had arrived at Mihan SEZ to inaugurate the Aircraft Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) depot of AAR Indmar.

Experiment Is Being Done To Make Bio Aviation Fuel From Broken Rice

Here, he also told about the ongoing experiment on bioaviation fuel in his sugar factory. He said that we are considering making bioaviation fuel from broken rice. This is a big problem for farmers. If this experiment succeeds, the aviation industry and the farmers will greatly benefit. He stressed the mandatory mixing of bioaviation fuel in ATF by 2026. He also appreciated Indian Oil’s efforts to produce ethanol from rice straw.

Drone Maintenance Sector Will Develop Rapidly

Nitin Gadkari also expressed hope that the MRO sector will grow rapidly. He said that the drone maintenance sector will also develop rapidly. He called it the transport system of the future. He also said that the joint venture between Reliance and French company Dassault (Dassault Reliance Aerospace Limited) is progressing in the right direction.

It is expected that Rafale fighter aircraft will soon be manufactured in Nagpur. Re-emphasizing the ongoing mission to end petrol and diesel, he said that only by promoting green energy will we be able to eliminate our dependence on crude oil imports. He described it as a campaign equivalent to the Quit India movement. He also announced the construction of many greenfield highways in Kerala.

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