As traffic in the country has increased, many roads have been closed for years due to the high cost of road repairs.
Many people have been driving with their families, while the road has become a haven for those who have been affected by the drought.
The government has been trying to put a stop to this problem.
A toll of Rs. 2,000 is being introduced on roads which have been reopened and a new toll of the same amount is being implemented for the road network in 2019.
This is the third toll for the roads and is being done to keep people off the roads.
The new toll will be implemented on the roads in a phased manner, and will not include all roads.
According to the government, the toll will cover the period between March 31 and September 30, 2019.
“It is expected to be in the region of Rs 1,000,” said Rajendra Singh, Secretary, Department of Roads, Delhi.
“There are over 300 lakh roads which are covered with tolls on the Indian roads.
The toll on highways has to be paid at the time of purchase and in accordance with the applicable rate, said Singh.
According to Singh, the government has set aside Rs. 1,500 crore to provide toll relief to the road users.
He said that the amount would not be used for any purpose other than the purpose of alleviating traffic congestion.