Petrol and diesel vehicles will be expensive and expensive, know what is the reason
In the coming days, trains running from petrol and diesel are going to be expensive. The Central Government is working on a plan to promote pollution control and demand of electric trains in the country. For this, the extra cess scheme is being worked on trains running from petrol and diesel. This is disclosed in a report of Money Control.com.
Petrol and diesel vehicles will be expensive
by the cess of petrol and diesel trains on the part of the government, where the cost will increase, while the government will have to provide electric and hybrid cars under Faster Adoption and Manufacturing of Electric and Hybrid Vehicle (FAME) scheme. Subsidy is being given on purchase of two wheel vehicles. For this scheme, additional funds are needed and the government will not be burdened with the burden of money, the government is planning to introduce green tax on petrol and diesel trains.
So far, 2.6 lakh trains have been given
so far in the intensive country, so far about 2.6 lakh trains of the Electric and Hybrid category have been given incentives by the Central Government. Due to these trains, 3.7 lakh liters of petrol and diesel have been saved. At the same time, subsidy of about 305 crores has been made available to the government under the FAME scheme.
Under the scheme, the relaxation being given to the trains under the
FAME scheme on behalf of the government, from 7500 rupees on electric scooters and low power vehicles to 61 lakh on hybrid buses and subsidy upto Rs.101 crore on fully electric AC buses. Is being given. There has been some speed in the sale of electric cars in the country in the year 2017 and 2018. But the automobile manufacturers are still not showing too much interest in launching electric motor-driven SUVs and cars. The main reason for this is to create more cost in making these vehicles early in the round.
According to a senior government official,vehicles can be so expensive, consumers will not get much trouble in the elections between 2000 and 2500 more on petrol and diesel cars and more than 300 rupees on two-wheelers. But by this step a large amount will be collected which will help in encouraging electric vehicles in the country.