Several steps are also being taken by the government to promote electric cars in the country. Incentives are also being given by the government to promote electric cars in the country.
New Delhi: The time coming in India is now considered to be electric cars. There are many countries in the world, where electric cars are not new, but India still has not seen much craze regarding electric cars.
However, since Tesla’s entry into India, now the discussion about electric cars has started happening more in India as well. In such a situation, it is also important to consider how electric cars can benefit the customers of India in tax and other matters.
Several steps are also being taken by the government to promote electric cars in the country. Incentives are also being given by the government to promote electric cars in the country. An additional income tax deduction of Rs 1.5 lakh will be given on the interest being given on the loan taken for the purchase of electric vehicles in the country. Apart from this, GST has also been cut on electric cars.
GST on electric cars has been reduced from 12% to 5%. The rate of GST at charging stations for electric vehicles has been reduced from 18% to 5%. At the same time, it will provide a big incentive to attract investment in charging infrastructure.
According to a recent WHO study, 14 of the world’s 20 most polluted cities are from India. The electric vehicle runs on green power, so it produces 15 times less CO2 each time. In such a situation, electric vehicles can also contribute a lot to reduce pollution.
A report estimates that by 2050 approximately 2 million (2 million) additional jobs will come in the field of electric cars. Switching to electric vehicle will save money for India.
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