Judge BV Nagarathna is just getting famous among industries like Mahindra & Mahindra, Lohia Auto, Electrotherm and Kinetic Green as he directed Electric vehicles for a clean and safe environment. Ayush Lohia who is the CEO of LOHIA AUTO INDUSTRIES said,
"We really hail this decision. We can create more electric two-wheelers and this is a promising future. This also supports Government's aims to make India a 100% Electric vehicle nation by 2030. These electric vehicles not only save money but also keeps our environment safe and clean.
This is surely a change in the game." Karnataka High Court also said those with 100CC bikes can take a pillion rider. However, those who have vehicles less than 100cc cannot take a pillion rider. The electric vehicles are sure to have a rise in the market.
Gujarat tops in Electric Vehicles Sales New Delhi sources have stated that Gujarat, West Bengal, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan and Maharashtra have emerged as the top 5 states in electric vehicle (EV) sales. The Society of Manufacturers of Electric Vehicles (SMEV) said on Thursday that an SMEV survey of EVs sold during the last fiscal showed that 1,926 of these were sold
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