State Government promoting the use of pollution free vehicles





 - State Government promoting the use of pollution free vehicles

 - Launch of Mohit Moksha Motors in Gudivada

 - Minister Kodali Nani inaugurates electric bike showroom

 Gudivada, Aug 23 (prajaamaravati): State Civil Supplies and Consumer Affairs Minister Kodali Srivenkateswara Rao (Nani) has said that the state government is promoting the use of pollution-free vehicles.  Minister Kodali Nani on Monday inaugurated the newly set up Mohit Moksha Motors electric bike showroom at Valivartipadu Center on New Bypass Road in Gudivada town of Krishna District.  Minister Kodali Nani's brother Kodali Chinni, former minister Pinnamaneni Venkateswara Rao, Urban Bank chairman Pinnamaneni Poornaveeraya (Babji), Gudivada RTO B. Venkata Muralikrishna and Mitra Solutions managing partner Aditya Krishnamraju lit the torch.  Minister Kodali Nani spoke to the media after conducting the pooja.  Mohit Moksha Motors, which sells electric scooters, electric bikes and electric rickshaws manufactured by Sahara Evols, has recently opened an electric bike showroom in Gudivada town.  He said in the current scenario, the prices of diesel and petrol products are going up day by day.  Pollution, on the other hand, is also plaguing the world.  He expressed concern that these conditions could become even more dangerous for future generations.  He blamed the conditions on the common man not being able to buy petrol.  In this context, there is a need to use electric scooters, electric bikes and electric rickshaws.  On the one hand, there is a need to reduce rising air pollution.  On the other hand, he said that the only way to avoid burdening consumers is to use electric bikes.  The state government has also abolished life tax and registration fees on environmentally friendly electric bikes.  This will increase the use of electric bikes, thereby drastically reducing consumer travel costs.  Electric bikes, electric scooters and electric rickshaws also have a three-year warranty.  Of these, a lithium ion battery was used, which was said to be long lasting.  Maintenance costs are also very low, with the convenience of replacing as soon as the battery is damaged.  Bike buyers should focus on electric bikes, which will be good for the community.  The people of Gudivada town and surrounding areas suggested that Mohit Moksha Motors should be promoted.  Minister Kodali Nani also congratulated showroom operators G. Viswanatharaju and P Rajesh for making the electric bike showroom available in Gudivada town.  The locks were then handed over to the first bike buyer.  YCP leaders Paladugu Ramprasad and Giribabai were present on the occasion.