India’S First Laser Technology-Based Check-Post in Gujarat (Download PDF)


Download PDF of This Page (Size: 194.37 K)

Gujarat chief minister Vijay Rupani dedicated India’s first laser technology-based advanced AVMS RTO check-post at Shamlaji of Aravalli district. Along with this programme, Rupani also laid foundation stones of various developmental works worth Rs 30 crore in tribal area of Aravalli district.

CM inaugurates India's first digital check post

CM Inaugurates India's First Digital Check Post

CM inaugurates India's first digital check post


  • The check-post is equipped with advanced ray technology.
  • It’s been a cost of Rs 4.72 crore.
  • India’s very first laser technology-based advanced Automatic Vehicle Monitoring System (AVMS) equipped interstate RTO check post.
  • It is capable of checking overloaded vehicles and fining them.
  • All the 16 check-posts across the state will be made advanced, automatic and transparent with a cost of Rs. 35 crore till next year.
  • This decision has been taken with a view to eliminate irregularities and interventions done by middle-men.
  • State government has made 125 people oriented decisions within just 100 days of ruling.

About Vijay Rupani

Image of Vijay Rupani

Image of Vijay Rupani

Image of Vijay Rupani

  • Present Chief Minister of Gujarat
  • Vijay Rupani is an Indian politician from the Bharatiya Janata Party.
  • He was born on 2 August 1956 in Rangoon, Burma.
  • Residence : Rajkot
  • Occupation : Politician
  • Religion : Jainism
  • He studied Bachelor of Arts from Dharmendrasinhji Arts College and LLB from Saurashtra University.
  • He is partner in a trading firm Rasiklal & Sons, started by his father.
  • Vijay Rupani started his career as student activist associated with ABVP (Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad).
Location of laser technology-based check-post

Location of Laser Technology-based Check-post

Location of laser technology-based check-post

- Published/Last Modified on: January 3, 2017


Monthy-updated, fully-solved, large current affairs-2019 question bank(more than 2000 problems): Quickly cover most-important current-affairs questions with pointwise explanations especially designed for IAS, NTA-NET, Bank-PO and other competetive exams.