On Thursday, Rajasthan Electric Vehicles Policy(REVP) approved Rs 40 Crore for EV purchase grants, the government announced to reimburse 5,000 – 10,000 SGST amount for electric two-wheelers & 10,000 to 20,000 for electric three-wheelers, the policy will be rolling out in the first week of September.
1 September, the Rajasthan government reveals its Electric vehicles policy with an aim to encourage people to purchase electric vehicles so, that pollution that was created by Petrol-Diesel or ICE vehicles reduces and also helps the environment a little bit.
finally, after a long period of time Rajasthan Electric Vehicles Policy(REVP) approves with the sanction of Rs 40 crore for contribution to buying electric vehicles, said Ashok Ghalot.
This policy has a minimum of 5 years of duration and will start on 1 September 2022.
Come to the policy rules- This policy is a one-time contribution those who purchase electric vehicles will get benefits and additional budget provisions of 40 crores of reimbursement of SGST.
Also, said that government will reimburse 5,000 – 10,000 SGST amount for electric two-wheelers & 10,000 to 20,000 for electric three-wheelers as per the vehicle’s battery capacity.
REVP policy was announced later in 2019-2020 but it was approved yet, on 24 May chief minister, Ashok Ghalot said that EV has been successfully approved with Rs 40 crore of sanctions.
In the meeting, the transport department received a sum of Rs 40 crore to clear the pending cases of the grant on the purchase of electric vehicles.
The government also cleared that 40 crore sanctions, and it distributed Rs 5 Crore to 3,000 vehicle owners who purchase EVs in a financial year.
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