The first Electric bus in Pakistan hits the Karachi road

The first electric bus in Karachi was launched by Sindh Minister of Transport Syed Owais Shah on Tuesday in Pakistan.

After the launch ceremony, he said that in partnership with the private sector, more electric buses would be introduced to the city's roads. By the end of this year, he announced that up to 100 electric buses would reach the track.



Science and Technology Minister Fawad Chaudhry has greeted Twitter for the "notable move to bring an electric bus into the Karachi Commuter system" by the Sindh Government, especially Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah and his ministry.

He said his ministry completely supports the government of Sindh in this "futuristic approach" and expressed his hope that it will follow the same path as soon as possible for the Punjab and KP governments.



Last December, Pakistan's first electric vehicle policy was approved by the federal cabinet. On 16 December, following approval by the Economic Coordination Committee (ECC), the Electric Vehicles (EV) Policy and Mobile Manufacturing Policy were approved by the federal Cabinet.

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