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Mohsin Naqvi Banned the Purchase of Petrol Motorcycles in Islamabad

Federal Interior Minister Mohsin Naqvi took an unexpected decision to ban the sale of gas-powered motorcycles in the country’s capital, Islamabad. The decision was taken at a meeting of the Capital Development Authority (CDA) to review the ongoing city development initiatives.

Federal Interior Minister Mohsin Naqvi took an unexpected decision to ban media reports saying that the decision was taken with the aim of making Islamabad a globally recognized city. Also, the government is pushing the use of electric cars for environmental reasons, which is why only electric motorbikes will be sold to residents. Environmentally friendly electric buses will be used for public transport.

The decision itself is strange because, despite the entry of electric bike businesses like Yadia, Metro and EVEE into Pakistan, the prices of these bikes are high for the average person. Although electric bikes are more affordable in the long run, there is still a relatively small market for them and few options, especially for those looking to buy used bikes.

Although Pakistan lacks proper infrastructure for electric bikes, spare parts are relatively expensive, and resale value is not that good, petrol bikes have many options, from Honda CD70 to United Bikes, and are easy to maintain. Is. Because of cheap spare parts and, most importantly, good resale value. Consequently, this decision of the government is unexpected rather sudden.

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