Union minister Nitin Gadkari said that he had told US-based Tesla not to sell ‘Made in China’ electric cars in India NEW DELHI: Road transport and highways minister Nitin Gadkari on Friday said that he had told US-based Tesla not to sell ‘Made in China’ electric cars in India. The minister said he has also urged the Elon Musk-led company to have its manufacturing unit in India and export from here. Gadkari’s comments reflect a caution on China following border tensions even as trade in several areas continues.
“Whatever support you (Tesla) want, will be provided by our government,” Gadkari said while addressing an event. Gadkari said he was holding dialogues with Tesla officials regarding the company’s demand related to tax concessions.
Minister in favour of raising speed limit on NHs to 140kmph: Highways minister Nitin Gadkari on Friday also pitched for increasing the speed limit of vehicles on national highways and expressways, and said his ministry is in favour of increasing the maximum limit to 140 kmph, but the Supreme Court and high courts need to be convinced about it.
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