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‘Switch Delhi’ campaign will provide subsidy on buying electric vehicles

The campaign launched by Chief Minister of Delhi Arvind Kejriwal ‘Switch Delhi’ Campaign Impact to promote the use of electric vehicles. While India is preparing to increase the use of electric vehicle, the government is steadily taking steps in this direction. Under the campaign ‘Switch Delhi’ campaign the Delhi government will give a subsidy of up to Rs 1.50 lakh for all-electric vehicles, including two-wheelers, three-wheelers and four-wheelers. Due to this, there will be a reduction in the price of existing electric vehicles.

On this occasion, Arvind Kejriwal has made a special appeal to the youth to buy only the electric vehicle as their first vehicle. Besides, he told that the Delhi government will electrify all the vehicles for all their works within six months. The campaign is known as ‘Delhi Switch’ and aims to promote the use of electric vehicles in the country. 

How much will the customer benefit: To make the electric SUV more popular, the Delhi government is giving a discount of Rs 1.50 lakh. Apart from this, it is also giving exemption in road tax and registration. As an example, the road tax and registration fee on the XM variants of Tata Nexon EV is Rs 1,40,500, while on the XZ + trim of this car it is Rs 1,49,900. This means that the total amount of discount available on Nexon EV is easily over 3 lakhs. Due to which this car becomes even more economical.

The discount amount will be directly deposited in the account:  Similarly, Tata Tigor EV is currently offered under this campaign with a maximum discount of up to Rs. 2.86 lakhs. The amount is provided as a discount will be sent directly to the customer’s bank account. Several large companies, RWA, malls and movie theatres are also being approached to promote electric vehicles and set up charging stations in their offices.

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