Auto Budget 2016: Expected measures to promote alternate fuel technologies, says Toyota
Expressing his reaction over the Union Budget 2016, Shekar Viswanathan, Vice Chairman, Toyota Kirloskar Motor, said " We expected some measures to promote alternate fuel technologies which would have helped the environment. We would encourage the government to not just think based on the size of the vehicle, which has no relation to the technology. Taking older vehicles off the road should be a priority for the government. We compliment the measures and schemes which have been introduced to benefit the masses and also thrust on infrastructure which would have a long term impact on the growth of the nation."
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