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    Can India ban on petrol and diesel vehicles?

    In 2017, Govt of India had announced an ambitious plan to encourage electric vehicle usage.
    All petrol and diesel vehicles are supposed to be banned from 2030 in India, as per Niti Aayog's recommendations.
    But it seems that implementing this massive program will be tough, in such a short period.
    Although BS6 regulations have been imposed for all cars in India, there is a lot to do, before India can stop the sale of petrol and diesel vehicles.

    Ban on petrol and diesel vehicles will change the world's scenario. Mostly, gulf countries will suffer a great loss of foreign reserves. Also, I don't think petrol and diesel vehicle may ever be banned in India. Indian government earns a huge amount in petrol and diesel business. How the government will opt for a ban on oil.?
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    It is indeed a major decision to ban petrol and diesel vehicles citing conform to new Bharat standard rules. In India not only the new vehicles the craze for purchasing the used vehicle is also on and therefore the so call may not happen easily. What I feel that in the garb of such specifications the govt wants to help the syncing sales of cars and if new standards need to be followed then new vehicles should be made and new demand created. By the way what arrangement the govt made to get rid of old vehicles which may reach to garage and who will clear the heaps of vehicles in each town and cities. On the other hand the govt wants to get rid of over dependence on the fuel from abroad which is more fluctuating daily and thus by banning the petrol and diesel variations the battery vehicles may be given a big push.
    K Mohan @ Moga
    'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
    Even this challenging situation would ease

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