Delhi government strongly promoting electric vehicles, subsidy of Rs 13.5 crore till now

Delhi government strongly promoting electric vehicles, subsidy of Rs 13.5 crore till now

Under the campaign to promote electric trains in the national capital, the Delhi government has so far given a subsidy of about Rs 13.5 crore. Delhi Transport Minister Kailash Gehlot said this on Tuesday. The minister was addressing a webinar organized by the Delhi Dialogue Commission (DDC), an advisory body of the Aam Aadmi Party government.

Kailash Gehlot said that I will appeal to the people of Delhi to pledge to go on electric vehicles or to set up a charging point in their premises. I have taken this pledge today and hope that everybody will do the same. He said that I am happy and proud to say that more than 7,000 new EVs have been registered in Delhi and subsidy of about 13.5 crores has been given on more than 210 approved models.

The Delhi government has launched a massive campaign to encourage the public and other stakeholders to accelerate the adoption of electric vehicles in the city. The campaign started a few weeks ago when the Delhi government announced the setting up of charging stations for electric vehicles. According to the government, at present, 70 charging stations are operational and tenders have been called for another 100 charging stations.

In an effort to establish a sufficient number of EV charging stations in the national capital, the government is getting ready to establish a station after every one kilometer in the next two years. These stations will be set up in Delhi Metro Rail Corporation campus, DTC bus depots and markets.

On 4 February, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal announced Delhi Government's e-vehicle policy, urging residents welfare associations, markets, traders, industrial associations and individuals to purchase electric vehicles from employees and set up charging centers in their premises. Was also advised to do.


Kerala became its own country of fundamentalists, Nirmala Sitharaman targeted the CPI-M government

Kerala became its own country of fundamentalists, Nirmala Sitharaman targeted the CPI-M government

Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Sunday targeted the CPI (M) -led government of Kerala. He alleged that during its five-year reign, the state has become "its own country of fundamentalists", which is known as "God's own country". The minister also targeted Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan for his budget and questioned the role of Kerala Infrastructure Investment Fund Board in budget making.

He criticized the alleged killing of an RSS worker in Alappuzha by SDPI activists last week. He alleged that violence is increasing in the Left ruled state. The Union Minister said, "I cry when I have to say that RSS pracharak Nandu Krishna was killed. Is this God's own country here? "

'Abuse of fundamentalists will not be questioned'

Sitharaman said these things while inaugurating a meeting organized by Kerala BJP President K Surendran on "Vijay Yatra". He alleged that the mistreatment of fundamentalists in Kerala will not be questioned as the CPI-M has an alliance with the SDPI through the back door.

'Why is Rahul avoiding going to those places'

At the same time, Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan targeted Rahul Gandhi on Saturday. He questioned the Congress' silence in states like Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh and Puducherry and the Union Territory when they came to power. Vijayan also wanted to know why Rahul is not going to those states where the Congress is directly facing the BJP.

Vijayan questioned, "Rahul Gandhi is a prominent leader of the Congress Party. Is he going to the state where the Congress is directly competing with the BJP? What role did he play in Goa, Manipur, Bihar, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh and more recently in Puducherry? Why is he silent about these states? Why is Congress national leader Rahul Gandhi refraining from going to places where his party is in direct competition with the BJP? ''


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