Environment Ministry Acquires Electric Cars For Official Use To Combat Air Pollution

Ministry sources claim five electric cars have been acquired on a trial basis out of which three have been allotted to ministry officials.

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5 electric cars have been acquired on a trial basis out of which 3 have been allotted to officials

The Environment Ministry on Tuesday acquired electric cars for official use, a move aimed at reducing air pollution.

According to ministry sources, five electric cars have been acquired on a trial basis out of which three have been allotted to ministry officials.

Tweeting a picture of the electric car, the ministry said, "@moefcc acquires Electric Cars for official duty thereby utilising in-house charging facilities and setting an example in pollution free commutes."

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Sources said, "The three vehicles have been allotted to officials in the rank of joint secretary, inspector general and director general. The cars were acquired on Monday evening.



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