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India will see new freedom when petrol is imported : Nitin Gadkari

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Nitin Gadkari approves Rs 68,000 crore worth of road projects in four NE  states - The Economic Times
  1. Union Minister Nitin Gadkari emphasized India’s potential for achieving a significant breakthrough by eliminating the need to import petrol and diesel.
  2. At the ‘Sagar Manthan’ conclave in Goa, he highlighted the economic benefits of reducing the country’s substantial Rs 16 lakh crore import expenditure.
  3. The minister advocated for alternative fuels, particularly ethanol produced from various sources including sugarcane juice, molasses, bamboo, and agricultural residues.
  4. He expressed a personal commitment to promoting biofuels and alternative fuels and aims to minimize reliance on traditional petrol and diesel.
  5. Gadkari envisioned a future where the use of hydrogen would power cars, trucks, and buses, asserting that the government is actively working to reduce the cost associated with hydrogen fuel technology.

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