“India’s auto industry body called on Friday for a single set of emission norms to be introduced in the country, simplifying operations for carmakers who would be able sell the exact same car across the nation’s 29 states. A lack of clean fuel in every Indian state has forced the auto industry to follow two different emission rules in the country, tougher norms in big cities like
Mumbai and Delhi, and more lenient rules in the smaller cities. Twin standards force automakers to manufacture different types of vehicles conforming to the two sets of rules. ‘We would rather have one country one emission norm. Give me the fuel and I will make the right vehicle,’ said Vinod Dasari, president of the Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers.” ET Auto.com (The Economic Times). Read it on delhiair.org.
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