Judge BV Nagarathna is just getting famous among industries like Mahindra & Mahindra, Lohia Auto, Electrotherm and Kinetic Green as he directed Electric vehicles for a clean and safe environment. Ayush Lohia who is the CEO of LOHIA AUTO INDUSTRIES said,
"We really hail this decision. We can create more electric two-wheelers and this is a promising future. This also supports Government's aims to make India a 100% Electric vehicle nation by 2030. These electric vehicles not only save money but also keeps our environment safe and clean.
This is surely a change in the game." Karnataka High Court also said those with 100CC bikes can take a pillion rider. However, those who have vehicles less than 100cc cannot take a pillion rider. The electric vehicles are sure to have a rise in the market.
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