Recently pollution has again made its halt in NCR, for which e-autos (battery-powered) will be issued in many districts of Uttar Pradesh including NCR. They will be seen running from December. The Transport Department has also released preparations for these vehicles. Like other vehicles, they have been registered with the RTO office. The pollution spreading in the city will be stopped to some extent. A company from New Delhi has agreed to e-Auto. According to the information received, due to pollution in NCR, breathing is becoming increasingly difficult. 53,000 old illegal vehicles running inside the district are dissolving in the air and poison. The Transport Department has already banned diesel-driven autos from the city. Noise pollution along with air pollution will also reduce. People of the city will get a lot of relief from e-auto. It will not make any sound while walking on the road.
The demo has come many months ago: Demo of e-Auto has been done many months ago. Now all preparations are complete. The company of New Delhi has prepared a large number of e-autos. The autos will first run in Ghaziabad, Noida, Delhi, Gurugram, Faridabad, Bulandshahr, Hapur, Meerut. After this, other districts of Uttar Pradesh will come by January.
Expected to decrease pollution: According to the information received, e-autos will help in curbing the ever-increasing pollution in the city. Because so far diesel and other vehicles are spoiling the situation of the city. This auto will be able to go anywhere due to its small size. Once the battery is charged, the auto can go up to 100 km.
These are the conditions of old vehicles in the city: According to sources, 1.35 lakh old vehicles are registered in the district. Acting on behalf of the Divisional Transport Department a month and a half ago, the registration of 81,773 registered before 2000 was suspended. The remaining 53 thousand old vehicles are still running on the streets of the city. This year, about 30 thousand drivers had canceled their registration. On 20 September, before the year 2000, the registration of 6480 diesel and 75,293 petrol vehicles has been suspended by the divisional transport department.