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This decision was mutually taken by the keys stakeholders of different ministries as a part of the cleaning of Indian cities and also to make sure of the inclination of the customers towards the EVs, making India a solid base for manufacturing Electric Two Wheelers and three wheelers.
The proposal was passed by Niti ayog on Thursday, for the conversion of all the two wheelers below the capacity of 150cc to electric ones after March 31 2025. It will be implemented on three Wheelers as well, after March 31, 2023, as per the written reply of the Road Transport and Highway minister Nitin Gadkari to Lok Sabha.
He has also claimed that the government has initiated its first steps towards the implementation of terms of meeting the demand for the electricity for these electric vehicles (EVs). "Niti Aayog in its meeting held on May 14, 2019, regarding National Mission for Transformative Mobility and Battery Storage has proposed that after March 31, 2023, only electric three-wheelers (with lithium-ion and other advanced battery chemistry only) shall be sold under the category of two-wheelers and after March 31, 2025, all new sales under the category of two-wheelers," Gadkari said.
As per the claims by Mr.Gatkari, the work of implementation, along with the road map will be finalized after the consultation with the stakeholders and EV makers in the country. This decision was mutually taken by the keys stakeholders of different ministries as a part of the cleaning of Indian cities and also to make sure of the inclination of the customers towards the EVs, making India a solid base for manufacturing electric two wheelers and three wheelers. It was brought to notice by the minister about the current number of EVs in India are 3,97,184.
The top officials of major two-wheeler manufacturers, including Bajaj Auto Managing Director Rajiv Bajaj, TVS motor Co-chairman Venu Srinivasan, Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India (HMSI) President & CEO Minoru Kato along with SIAM Director-General Vishnu Mathur, and Automotive Component Manufacturers Association of India (ACMA) Director General Vinnie Mehta, attended the meeting.
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