Union Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari on Thursday exhorted the automobile industry to develop technology to run vehicles on alternatives to petrol and diesel like electricity and bio-fuel.
He also asked them to come forward and invest in the country’s public transport system.
“There is economic viability in new technology. Let us plan for the next 25 years. I would strongly urge the sector to invest in public transport and develop electric bikes, electric cars…. I urge automobile companies to diversify in alternative fuel,” Gadkari said here at the 57th Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM) Annual Convention. Read More…
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