Nitin Gadkari on fuel: gasoline and diesel are not good for the environment; Reduce dependence on crude oil imports: Nitin Gadkari – India needs to reduce dependence on crude oil imports, says nitin gadkari


  • Alternative systems should be used instead of fuels.
  • Lithium-ion batteries will be used in electric vehicles
  • India will be number one in battery manufacturing

New Delhi: Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari has called on India to reduce its dependence on crude oil imports. He said gasoline and diesel were not good for the environment. He demanded to see an alternative fuel system. The minister spoke at a meeting organized by the International Federation of Wishes.

There is no need to inform the people of Delhi about the environmental problems caused by the use of gasoline and diesel. India currently imports more than Rs 8 million lakhs of gasoline and diesel. He said that if the current system continues, it will rise to Rs 25 lakh crore in the next five years.

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Gadkari called on automakers to show interest in building vehicles that can run on fuels, including ethanol, to reduce crude oil imports.

In the field of public transport, alternatives to fuels will soon be implemented. Lithium-ion batteries will be used in electric vehicles. About 80 percent of batteries are made in the United States. But in the next six months, it will be 100 percent made in India, he added.

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Meanwhile, the Central Government has issued a draft notice to amend the law regarding the safety of children traveling in two-wheelers. Helmets are also mandatory for young children to ensure safe travel in two-wheelers. Helmets are mandatory for children between the ages of nine months and four years. Previously, children under the age of four were not considered adult passengers.

Helmets must be worn in accordance with BIS regulations. Cycling helmets can also be used. In addition to the helmet, the notice states that a child must buckle up a two-wheeled driver with a seat belt when traveling with children under the age of four.

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