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The Government of India has declared that Electric vehicles will have green colored number plates, out of which the first batch has been taken out. Mahindra Electric is the first company to get these green number plates on its electric car, Mahindra e-Verito.

According to the report, Electric Vehicles will have Green number plates with numbers written in white color for private vehicles while for public transportation, cabs, and etc numbers are written in yellow font.

Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari conclude that these number plates inspire people to use Electric Vehicles. In addition, all necessary permits have been terminated for vehicles running on alternative fuel sources. It includes CNG, biofuel, Hydrogen fuel, Methanol as well as Electric vehicles.

The government has given permission to run vehicles on road with above-mentioned fuel sources. The government has confirmed that all the states are agreed to follow this decision of the Center.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the Move Global Mobility Summit said that different organizations including ISRO and other institutions can participate in making cost-effective alternatives for Electric Vehicles in India.

At Global Summit, different carmakers have asked the Modi government for a long-term policy so that future technology can be applied without any problem. Continuous change in tax constitution and emission norms has decreased the potential rise of the Indian Automobile industry.

If India wants to achieve 15% Electric Vehicle growth in all the states up to the next 5 years, then a stable EV policy is a very important necessity. Prime Minister Modi said that "We will soon establish a stable policy for electric and other alternative fuel vehicles. This policy will allow a big opportunity in the automotive sector. The Indian government has aimed to develop Electric vehicles by 50% until the end of 2030.

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