India will stick to its plan of having 100% electric mobility by 2030, road transport and highways minister Nitin Gadkari said.
Gadkari said he cleared the electric vehicle policy on Wednesday.
“Now NITI Aayog will send it to the cabinet in a couple of weeks (for its approval),” he added.
The official year for going all electric — which means all vehicles sold from then will be electric — remains 2030, the minister said. However, a top official said the government was aiming to advance the target. Read More…
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