The Government of India is going to introduce Vehicle Scrap Policy in the country next month to speed up the automobile industry. This policy applies to all 15-year-old four-wheeled, three-wheeled or two-wheeled vehicles. With this policy, just as India's economy will improve, so will the automobile industry. Customers will be able to buy new vehicles at 30 percent less than before. At the same time, if the use of old vehicles is reduced, the environmental pollution can be reduced by about 25 percent.
A senior official in the country's Ministry of Road Transport and Highways said the Vehicle Scrap Policy in India would ensure that 15-year-old cars were not used by customers. Once the car is old, customers can sell it at the junk yard or scrap yard. The cost of registering a new car will be lower than before but it will cost almost double to register an old car. As a result, the cost of buying a new car is much lower now. For this, the demand for new cars will increase and the automobile industry will gain some momentum. At the same time, many workers will be employed in the junk yard of the new car in this Covid 19 pandemic situation. All in all, it will boost the country's economy.
If the new policy comes into force, it will cost Rs 1,000 to register a new bike. But it will cost 2000 rupees to re-register the old bike. Similarly, the new three-wheeler auto registration will cost Rs 5,000. But it will cost Rs 10,000 to re-register the old auto. It costs Rs 5,000 to register a new four-wheeler luxury taxi but it will cost Rs 15,000 for the old one. In addition, if the heavy vehicle truck or bus is old, the registration cost will be 20,000-40000 rupees. After the end of the registration period, you will have to pay an additional penalty of Rs. 500 per month.
Incidentally, customers will be given a certificate if they sell their old car or bike at the Junk Center. If you show that certificate, you can register for free when buying a new car. Also, if more junk centers are set up across the country, there will be a lot of employment. The automobile industry will also be able to use reusable parts of old cars such as steel, aluminum and plastic in new cars. As a result, car prices are expected to be slightly lower. 2.80 crore vehicles across the country will be included in the new Vehicle Scrap Policy.
This man made a pilgrimage to his mother by riding a 56,000 km scooter, find out what happened next
The term “roadtrip” is now very familiar and popular. Again, if that road trip is by bike, then there is no question. Nowadays, young men and women travel thousands of kilometers with expensive bikes in search of adventure. However, 39-year-old Krishna Kumar has set a unique example of bike roadtrip. He has traveled across the country on an old Bajaj Chetak scooter to fulfill his mother’s dream.
Krishna Kumar, 39, has traveled about 56,000 km across the country on an old Bajaj Chetak scooter with his 70-year-old mother. Her main purpose was to fulfill her mother's dream of pilgrimage. He quit his job and went on a trip with his mother. Nowadays, such love for mother is also unprecedented. He says he has earned the money he needs to make a living. Then he wants to spend his money to fulfill his mother's dream. He modified the back seat of the old scooter to make his mother's journey comfortable.
The incident has caused quite a stir on social media. His selfless love for his mother has made him great to all. Many have even given him the name “Shravan Kumar” of Kali Yuga. After their incident went viral on social media, the eyes of Anand Mahindra, the chairman of the famous automaker Mahindra Company, came to his notice.
Mahindra Company Chairman Anand Mahindra is happy with Krishna Kumar's great work and has gifted a new Mahindra KUV100 car. The car was handed over to Krishna Kumar on September 17 at the Mahindra dealership in Mysore. Krishna Kumar and his mother were also present on the occasion.
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