Transport will be easy in villages with e-mobility

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By: Paromita Ghosh

Last Update: 2021-02-21 01:17:26 IST

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The central government is now working to make rural life easier through e-mobility. The Common Service Center (CSC), working under the Ministry of Electronics and IT, has set a target of starting e-mobility at ten thousand locations by the next financial year.

The central government is now working to make rural life easier through e-mobility. The Common Service Center (CSC), working under the Ministry of Electronics and IT, has set a target of starting e-mobility at ten thousand locations by the next financial year. Currently, it has been started in a hundred places. These places will sell e-rickshaws with electric scooties and bikes.

Vehicles will be rented 

Not only this, arrangements have also been made to rent these electric two-wheelers. Contracts have been signed with companies making electric two-wheelers. An agreement has also been made with banks to provide loan facility to villagers in the village itself.

Trying to make the life of villages easier 

CSC Managing Director Dinesh Tyagi said that the aim of the government is to make village life easier and encourage electric vehicles in the villages. He informed that public vehicles in villages also go once or twice a day and villages are also away from the highway. The distance from the village to the petrol pump is also much longer. For all these reasons, the mobility of the villagers is less than that of the citizens. Due to lack of means of transport, villagers are unable to move at times even if they want to.

E-rickshaws prepared like ambulances in some places

To increase their mobility, this campaign has been started to make electric vehicles available in the villages in an easy manner so that mobility can be increased in villages like the city. He said that in some places e-rickshaws have been prepared as ambulances so that the villagers can be easily transported to the hospital.

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