From today, travel free in electric buses in Delhi for a limited number of days, you will not have to pay!

Leaving petrol and diesel, slowly transport is starting to depend on electric. It is also better for nature, better for humans and it can also reduce the cost of normal fuel, as electric vehicles work in very low maintenance as compared to petrol and diesel vehicles. Although the one-time cost of buying them is a bit high, it can be covered in just a short time of operation. Now, on the same lines, the Delhi government i.e. Kejriwal’s Aam Aadmi government is starting to electrify the buses plying in Delhi.

News agency ANI reported that the Delhi government on Monday announced that Delhiites will be able to travel free of cost for 3 days in 150 electric buses. These will start on Tuesday 24th May i.e. from today, the government will flag them off today.

Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal will reportedly launch electric buses in the country’s capital Delhi today. Officials said last week that around 100 electric buses would soon hit the city roads and the Delhi government could commission them next week. Delhi currently has two e-bus depots at Mundela Kalan and Rohini Sector 37 for the maintenance of these buses.

Delhi Transport Corporation’s first electric bus was launched by Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal in January. The Chief Minister of Delhi had said that 300 such buses would soon be included in the public transport in the city. These buses are fitted with CCTV cameras, two-way Central Command and Control Center (CCC) at Kashmere Gate, 10 panic buttons and a hooter. The Delhi government had last week given permission to induct 1500 low-floor electric buses in its public transport fleet.

The government of the country is also giving more importance to electric vehicles, because the coming time is of electric vehicles. At this time, not only India but many countries of the world are moving towards electric vehicles. At present, companies including Tata, Hyundai and MG are selling their electric cars in the country. At the same time, many new players including old companies have also come in the electric two-wheeler segment and there is a wide range of electric two-wheelers in India.

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