Electric Vehicle price in India to be equal to petrol vehicle within 2 Year, Says Nitin Gadkari

Electric Vehicle price in India to be equal to petrol vehicle within 2 Year, Says Nitin Gadkari with a statement that “Hydrogen is the future fuel.”

Electric Vehicle price in India to be equal to petrol  vehicle within 2 Year, Says Nitin Gadkari
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On Wednesday, Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari reaches parliament t in its hydrogen-powered car Toyota Mirai, who said that the government is focusing on multiple greener fuel solutions rather than diesel and petrol vehicles with a statement “The Hydrogen is the future fuel”, Toyota Mirai is India’s first green Hydrogen-powered car.

In Lok Sabha, Thursday, Union Transport Minister, Nitin Gadkari announced that the price of all-electric vehicles will be the same as the petrol vehicles in India Within 2 Years.

Mr Gadkari said on Lok sabha, “I assure the House that within 2 years, the cost of electric 2-wheelers, electric 3-wheelers, and electric 4-wheelers will be equivalent to Petrol vehicles and the country will change.”

“Due to petrol and diesel price on a hike, we are facing crucial problems. As we see,” Gadkari said refers to the frequent 10 days fuel cost hike in at least 20 years.

He said this statement because on Thursday 9 times in the last 10 days, petrol & diesel price were hiked again.

Said, Gadkari, “Hydrogen is the future fuel” – “This is the only alternative, that is, green hydrogen, electricity, ethanol, methanol, bio-diesel, bio-LNG and bio-CNG…We will work in that direction.”

Mr Gadkari said, Once a charging station is set up in the parliament premises Mps can purchase electric vehicles.

Nitin strongly promises that reduce the Delhi-Mumbai travel time to 12 hours by this year.

He said on Lok sabha, the completion of the Zoji-la tunnel by 2024 rather than the 2026 deadline and also said that there is no toll available within 40km national highway and Kailash Mansarovar from India by the end of the year 2023

Gadkari said the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) is developing a wayside facility every 40KM and trying to use solar or wind power for that purpose.

“They can come here and charge their cars here, in the Parliament premises. In every government premises, we expect to give the facility of electric charging in the parking system,” added Gadkari.

NHAI has already provided 39 wayside facilities and the proposal for 103 such facilities is at the bidding stage more than 600site are being identified and will be opened soon, said Gadkari.

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