Diesel Cars: If you are planning to buy a diesel car then you must read this news because this news can be useful for you. Recently, Union Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari has hinted at imposing an additional duty of 10 percent on diesel cars. After which it is being said that now those buying diesel vehicles will have to pay 10 percent more than at present.
Diesel vehicles may become expensive
Recently Nitin Gadkari (Nitin Gadkari) reached the Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM) convention, where he said that he is planning to hold talks with Nirmala Sitharaman regarding imposing 10 percent tax on diesel vehicles. Diesel vehicles cause many problems and cause a lot of pollution. He further said that a letter has been written to him for the last few days. Which he will soon hand over to Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman. However, let us tell you that at present no concrete decision has been taken in this regard.
Pollution is a serious problem- Gadkari
When Nitin Gadkari said this about diesel vehicles, a tweet also came after some time. In which he wrote that at present there is no planning to impose tax on diesel vehicles. However, our government is considering such a decision to reduce pollution. In which he clearly said that at present no proposal regarding imposition of tax is under consideration, however our effort is to eliminate air pollution by 2070. Gadkari said that due to the problem of pollution, it is having adverse effects on our body. In such a situation, we are planning to reduce their use in some way or the other.
There is an urgent need to clarify media reports suggesting an additional 10% GST on the sale of diesel vehicles. It is essential to clarify that there is no such proposal currently under active consideration by the government. In line with our commitments to achieve Carbon Net…
— Nitin Gadkari (@nitin_gadkari) September 12, 2023
Request made to vehicle manufacturers also
Nitin Gadkari also requested the vehicle manufacturers and said that the vehicle manufacturing companies also need to find alternatives to petrol and diesel. Companies should try to make as many technology-driven vehicles as possible.
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