The Delhi government has announced waiving of road tax on electric vehicles to promote electric vehicles. The Transport Department has issued a notification for waiving road tax on electric vehicles. Simultaneously, the process of waiving the registration fee has also started. People’s suggestions have been sought for this. He will also be forgiven once the suggestions come in three days.

Delhi Transport Minister Kailash Gehlot has congratulated Delhi and said that CM Arvind Kejriwal fulfilled the promise he had made. After the announcement of EV policy, Delhi government has waived road tax on battery powered vehicles. We are determined to ensure that Delhi leads the country in the rapid spread of electric vehicles. At the same time, registration tax will also be waived on the purchase of electric vehicles.

A notification has been issued on October 10 by the Transport Department under the Delhi Motor Vehicles Taxation Act. After this, now on buying electric vehicles in Delhi, the vehicle consumer will get full exemption in road tax. Now suggestions have been sought to waive the registration fee for electric vehicles. An order to forgive it will be issued three days later. The transport department has asked people to give their suggestions within three days regarding the registration waiver. The promotion of electric vehicles will help reduce air pollution in Delhi.

Transport Minister Kailash Gehlot said that the Delhi government under the leadership of CM Arvind Kejriwal has implemented the Electric Vehicle Policy to promote electric vehicles, thereby reducing Delhi’s air pollution. After this, Special Commissioner of Transport Department Shashi Kaushal has issued a notification by order of the Lieutenant Governor of Delhi. Under which tax exemption on all battery electric vehicles has been provided. This policy has come into force from the date of issue of this notification. That is, from October 10, 2020, there will be no road tax for the purchase of electric vehicles.

CM Arvind Kejriwal became Delhi’s capital of electric vehicles around the world. CM Arvind Kejriwal
tweeted that a big step has been taken today to make Delhi the electric vehicle capital of the country. He said that by 2024, 25 percent of the new vehicles should be electric. In addition, the public buses fleet will be doubled. 50 percent of newly purchased buses will be electric.


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