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Know why the opposition to the Electric Vehicle Policy?

Tuesday - July 30, 2019 4:16 pm , Category : WTN SPECIAL
Electric Vehicle Policy to be adopted by 2030 in phased
Electric Vehicle Policy to be adopted by 2030 in phased

Many arguments in the 'favor' and 'opposition' in Electric Vehicles!

JULY 30 (WTN) - As you know that the smoke coming out of vehicles in India is one of the important causes of air pollution. At the same time, you must also know that India imports about 90 per cent of its oil requirement of crude oil, due to which the country has to spend the precious foreign currency. Sometimes the prices of petrol and diesel are so high so the central government has to face the anger of the people.

After careful study, due to rising pollution and foreign exchange expenditure for oil, the government has decided that more and more electric vehicles should be run in the country by the year 2030. But, this decision of the government has been started to be opposed. After all, why is it being opposed? Let us elaborate on this.

Let us first tell you what is the central government's policy for electric vehicles? Actually, the Central Government wants to convert 30 per cent private cars, 70 per cent commercial cars, 40 per cent buses and 80 per cent two wheelers - three wheelers in the electric vehicle by the year 2030 in the country. For this, the Central Government is making a plan in a phased manner.

First of all, there is the State Government's fear of revenue loss due to the policy of the Central Government's electric vehicles. According to information received from the media, State Governments have said that due to the running of electric vehicles, the consumption of petrol and diesel will be reduced, thereby there will be reducing in the revenue earning through VAT. State Governments argue that they get a lot of revenue from VAT imposed on petrol and diesel, but if the electric vehicles run, it will reduce the revenue of the states, which will lead to shortage of funds for development works.

Given the danger of revenue deficit, the State Governments want that if the Central Government's Electric Vehicle Policy reduces revenue, then the Central Government should compensate this revenue deficit. For your information, let you know that while implementing the GST, the Central Government had said that after the implementation of GST, the Central Government would complete the reduction in revenues for five years. Now the State Government's demand for Electric Vehicles Policy is to increase the duration of GST case for the next five years, and thereby compensate the loss due to the policy of the Electricity of the Central Government.

Amid the fear of the State Governments, the Central Government argues that Electric Vehicle Policy is very important for the country. The Central Government says that after a lot of research, the cost of electric vehicles has gone down considerably. The vehicles will also be cheap at the same time, because the GST on this has reduced from 12 per cent to 5 per cent. The Government argues that electric vehicles are eco-friendly, which will reduce the air and noise pollution significantly. The Government says about electric vehicle that maintenance cost is less in electric vehicles compared to conventional vehicles run by petrol-diesel.

According to the NITI Aayog, if due to the fixed formula electric vehicles would start running by 2030, 64 per cent of the energy spent in road-driven vehicles in India would be saved. At the same time, carbon emissions will decrease by around 30 per cent. If India starts to run electric vehicles by the year 2030, then it would save 153 megaton petrol-diesel in the country, and it will save approximately 3.9 lakh crore annually.

But unlike Government claims, people opposing the Electric Vehicle policy say that due to the running of electric vehicles, there can be a negative impact on the pace of growth in India. Opponents argue that the pick-up of electric vehicles is weak and their speed is also slow. In such a situation, the speed of vehicles in the country will be reduced, which will have direct or indirect impact on the country's development. That's why, because if people take longer to travel, then it is natural that it will have an effect on work culture.

One of the big reasons for the opposition of electric vehicles is the lack of electric charging points and centers. Opponents argue that earlier, more electric charging stations ‘can success Government's Electric Vehicles Policy only, and if this is not done then the people of the country will have to face a lot of trouble. Now we have to see what the answer to the logic of the opponents is with the Central Government, because the logic of the opponents is right that if the need for electric charging point and centers are not fulfilled, then it can create an atmosphere of irresponsibility in the country.