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FASTag filling the coffers of the government, earning 144 crores in a day, 46% profit in 2022

NHAI has earned bumper through FASTag Toll Collection last year. The figures revealed are showing that an increase of 46 percent has been recorded in 2022 as compared to 2021 and the government has touched the figure of Rs 50 thousand 855 crore through Fastag.

Toll Collection: The government’s decision to bring FasTag seems to be successful, let us tell you that compared to 2021, the figure of Rs 50 thousand 855 crore has been touched after the toll collection through Fastag increased by 46 percent in 2022. For the information of the people, let us tell you that it includes the toll collection of National and State Highways. You will be surprised to know that only in December fastag Through this, the toll collection was 24 thousand 167 crores and only on 24 December i.e. in one day, a collection of 144 crores has been done.

Let us inform that in comparison to 2021, there has been an increase of about 48 percent in 2022 on an annual basis. This information related to toll collection has been given by NHAI i.e. National Highway Authority of India. Remind that in 2021, Fastag had earned the government Rs 34 thousand 778 crore in a year, that is, the toll collection of 2021 had crossed the figure of 34 thousand crore.

Increase in the number of toll plazas

In the year 2021, there were a total of 922 toll plazas in the country, which have increased to 1181 in 2022 and include 323 state highway plans. NHAI had also informed that a total of 6 crore 40 lakh FasTags have been issued so far.

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Fastag became mandatory in 2021

The government had made FASTag mandatory across the country in 2021 itself, the government had brought FASTag for the convenience of the people so that people do not have to wait at toll plazas for money transactions and do not have to stand in long queues at toll plazas. Get engaged But there are still many people who do not have Fastag, tell that people who do not have FasTag have to pay double amount on the toll plan. The purpose behind taking double toll of the government is that more and more people Leave the hassle of cash and shift to Fastag.


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