With the price of petrol and diesel touching Assam, they will be out of reach of common man very soon. Then people will have only one option left with e-vehicle which will fit in their budget. To improve this condition of the general public, Haryana Government is making every effort to make e-vehicle popular in its state. Haryana Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala recently announced that the government will give a special discount to the government employees of the state if they buy e-vehicles.
You will get this discount on purchase of first vehicle only. The state government will also provide assistance of up to five crores for development in the field of e-mobility within the national and international level institutions in the state. Let us tell you that on the previous day, Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala had met the key officers of all the departments related to Haryana Electronic Vehicle Policy-2021, after which he announced this scheme.
Dushyant Chautala said that this new policy will be implemented very soon, he said that under the new policy, we have kept in mind the e-vehicle manufacturers, drivers and people who set up charging stations. These people are the central point of this policy, so the government will provide them with special exemptions so that they do not face much difficulty in starting their business.
Haryana government will also give huge discounts to promote all e-vehicles in the state. Along with this, the government will also give exemption on the vehicles which will be converted from petrol and diesel to electronic vehicles.
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Along with e-vehicles, the government is also committed to the soldiers of the country. Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Thursday announced that the government would provide assistance of up to Rs 35 lakh to soldiers in case of disability. He further said that the Haryana government will always be ready to help the families of the ex-servicemen, our government will remain committed for the welfare and development of the soldiers.
Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar met the ex-servicemen and after knowing their problems, it was decided that from now on if the soldier is in the condition of 20 percent disability, then the government will help him by giving 15 lakh rupees, not five. If the soldier is in the condition of 50 percent disability, then the government will help from 10 lakh to 25 lakh. If the soldier is in the condition of 100% disability, then the government will provide an ex-gratia amount up to Rs 35 lakh.
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