Gati Shakti okayed, top govt panel to monitor progress
Business Standard|October 22, 2021
The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) on Thursday approved Gati Shakti, or the national master plan for multimodal connectivity, which includes the institutional framework as well as the implementation.
SHREYA NANDI

There will be a three-tier system for monitoring: empowered group of secretaries (EGS), network planning group (NPG) as well as a technical support unit (TSU). The approval comes a week after Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched the master plan in the national capital.

EGOS will be headed by Cabinet Secretary and will comprise secretaries of 18 ministries. The head of the logistics division will be the convenor.

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