Haryana to have DTOs instead of RTAs

CM Khattar says dedicated officers will be posted in each district

Tribune News Service
Haryana, October 17

Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Saturday said the state would have District Transport Officers (DTOs) instead of Regional Transport Authority (RTA) officers.

He said dedicated officers are to be posted in each district.

At present, it is headed by Assistant District Commissioners (ADCs).

Addressing a press conference, Khattar said inspectors were instructed to wear body cameras whenever they go for checking.

He said Haryana would also introduce portable automated weighing scales and automated weighing scales to check the overload, and if this was successful, the state would try to install this on every road and every naka. They have already bought 45 scales.

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