Announcement of Nitin Gadkari – Now the price of electric vehicle in the country will be equal to that of petrol cars, people
Electric Vehicle : There has been no change in the prices of petrol and diesel in the last one year. On May 22 last year, the central government had cut excise duty on oil. After which the rates of petrol and diesel were cut by Rs 8 per litre.
However, during this whole year, the price of crude oil has come down significantly. Crude is currently running around $75 per barrel. Due to the cost of petrol and diesel, the craze for electric vehicles has increased among the people. But sometimes they are unable to buy electric cars due to the high cost and maintenance.
Plan to reduce the price of electric vehicle: In view of the increasing level of pollution and the rising cost of petrol, the government is working on a plan to reduce the cost of electric vehicles in the coming times. In such a situation, it is expected that in the coming time the prices of electric vehicles (EV) will be at par with petrol cars. Let us tell you that diesel and CNG cars are costlier than petrol cars at present. Recently Union Minister Nitin Gadkari had made an announcement in this regard.
Electric vehicle will cost at par with petrol cars: Union Road and Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari said in a program last year that the day is not far when the price of electric vehicles will be equal to petrol cars. Gadkari informed that the government has a detailed plan to run electric buses across the country. On the other hand, the government is moving ahead with this scheme at a very fast pace. At present, the cost of electric cars is higher than that of petrol cars. There is happiness among the people in the car after his statement.
He had also said during this time that the coming time in the country is of electric mobility. The Union Minister expressed hope that electric fuel would soon become a reality. According to a report, there is a jump of up to 800 percent in the sale of vehicles in every category of electric vehicles. According to a figure, at present, 25 to 30 lakh electric cars are being registered every year. Work on hydrogen cars is also going on fast in the country.
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