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MP govt giving final touches to electric vehicles policy; it will be presented soon: Minister – ETAuto

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The department’s principal secretary Sanjay Kumar Shukla said it was the plan of the state government to present its policy on electric vehicles at this expo, but as a few of its points are yet to be given final shape, it cannot be presented during the event and it will be rolled out in May-June.
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