Switching to batteries won't reduce an iota of pollution, says TVS MD

NITI Aayog had asked auto industry body Siam and two-and three-wheeler makers to suggest within two weeks, concrete steps towards transition to electric mobility keeping in mind the 2025 deadline

Venu Srinivasan

Venu Srinivasan

India’s big three two-wheeler makers on Monday hit out at NITI Aayog’s plan to push for 100 per cent electric vehicle, saying such a transition is completely uncalled for and

Also Read

Changing to e-vehicles 'not like Aadhar, printing cards': Auto majors

Amid slow domestic sales, two-wheeler exports rise 19.5% in Apr-Jan: SIAM

Weak demand, intense competition may dent Hero MotoCorp's margins

Auto stocks decline post NITI Aayog's directive on electric vehicle

Auto industry urges govt to reduce GST on automobiles from 28% to 18%

Airtel, Vodafone Idea continue to lose subscribers; Jio, BSNL gain in April

Daimler cuts 2019 profit outlook on diesel issues; shares slump 3% in Q2

Youngsters first, ministers next: TikTok now wants to influence the govt

Huawei offers to sign 'no back door' pact with India to allay spying fears

Explained: Why telecom operators seem to be in no rush to embrace 5G

First Published: Jun 25 2019 | 1:52 AM IST

Explore News

To read the full story, subscribe to BS Premium now, at just Rs 249/ month.

Key stories on are available only to BS Premium subscribers.

Register to