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Nitin Gadkari’s big statement on the price of petrol and diesel cars, know how much will be the price


New Delhi. Amidst the skyrocketing prices of petrol and diesel in the country, Road Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari has made a big statement about the price of petrol and diesel vehicles. He said that the emphasis will be on driving more and more electric vehicles in the country. He said that in the next two years, efforts will be made to make the price of petrol and diesel-driven vehicles equal.

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There will be less pollution in the country
Gadkari while addressing the program organized by Patanjali on the occasion of the release of Corona, a certified drug of Corona, said that he had held a high-level meeting in the past to bring down the prices of petrol and diesel vehicles. He said that large scale research is being done on lithium ion batteries in the country and there is a need to provide some facilities to scientists. 81 percent of lithium-ion batteries are produced in the country. He said that driving electric vehicles would reduce the pollution problem and also reduce the import of petroleum products which would be beneficial for the environment.

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Petrol and diesel price on sky
The government is failing to reduce the price of petrol and diesel in the country. In such a situation, the discussion of electronic vehicles in the country is getting much more from the government. If you talk about 50 days, the price of petrol and diesel has become expensive by about Rs 7 per liter. First, if you talk about diesel, in Delhi it has increased by Rs 6.73, in Kolkata by Rs 6.75, in Mumbai by Rs 7.16 and in Chennai by Rs 6.42 per liter. Talking about the price of petrol, it has seen an increase of Rs 6.48 in Delhi, Rs 6.22 in Kolkata, Rs 6.28 in Mumbai and Rs 5.74 per liter in Chennai.


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