One hundred percent of the buses will run on batteries, Firhad told the assembly ocn news

Pub’s pen reflector: The price of petrol is increasing every day. The price per liter has reached one hundred rupees for a long time. Similarly, the price of diesel is also going up. Najehal bus owners to fix the fare in such a situation. The government also does not want to impose additional burden on the common man. For this, the government is leaning towards alternative fuels. That is why the state transport department has decided to convert 100 percent buses into batteries in the future. This was stated by the state transport minister Firhad Hakim in the assembly.

He further told the assembly on Thursday that six charging stations have already been set up in Kolkata. More charging stations will be built.

On the same day, Firhad Hakim told the assembly that it has been decided to convert all buses to batteries in the future. 6 charging stations have already been set up. Trying to make more later.

Giving information about electric or battery-powered buses, Firhad Hakim said that 100 e-buses are already running in the city. Another 400 e-buses will be launched next year. 400 more buses will be provided in March 2024. The minister also said that 1200 buses have already been ordered.

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