The Supreme Court has sought the response of the government on a petition that alleges the non-implementation of the National E-Mobility Mission Plan, 2020 (NEMMP), which came out in 2012, that made several recommendations for the adoption of electric vehicles (EVs), including electric-powered government fleets and public transportation and subsidies for those who opt for electric and zero emission vehicles.

A Bench led by Chief Justice of India Sharad A. Bobde directed the impleadment of the Union Ministry of Surface Transport and Highways through its Minister Nitin Gadkari.

Government has failed in e-mobility mission, says plea in Supreme Court

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