Petrol vehicles banned in Delhi: Delhi government bans diesel and petrol vehicles

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Petrol vehicles banned in Delhi: Delhi government bans diesel and petrol vehicles

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The Delhi government has banned petrol and diesel engine vehicles from entering the capital for a week. The ban will be in effect from November 26 to December 3. The government has taken this step to control pollution in the capital. Delhi’s air quality index has been poor for some time. At the time of writing, Delhi’s AQI was 330 which is very dangerous.

Discount on CNG and electric vehicles
Environment Minister Gopal Rai said CNG and electric vehicles were exempted from the order. Earlier, the government had banned the entry of trucks between November 18 and 21. In this, the trucks carrying essential goods have been exempted.

Earlier, diesel vehicles older than 10 years were banned in Delhi to control air pollution. In such a situation those whose diesel car is more than 10 years old may face many problems. Delhi has the highest air pollution in the country, but there is a way you can drive your old diesel car on the streets of Delhi.

By converting your diesel car into an electric car in Delhi, you will not only be able to maintain the position of your car but also drive it on the story road. For this, you need to fit the e-motor and battery instead of the fuel kit. This was stated by Transport Minister Kailash Gehlot. He said the national capital is now ready for electrical retrofitting of internal combustion engines (ICEs). However, it is not yet known how much the government will subsidize to convert diesel cars into electric cars.

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