Interest in electric vehicles has been high in India for the last two years. Despite the use of electric vehicles already in India, a lot of people started switching to electric vehicles due to reasons like petrol price hike. Similarly, newer models like the Ola electric scooter came into the market and attracted customers.

As a result, sales of electric vehicles began to increase. But now the situation is reversed. People who love and buy electric scooters are starting to hate it. The reason was that there were reports of electric vehicles catching fire in a few places. There are other reasons for this, but one side fears electric vehicles. Still, many buy electric vehicles. Sales are also on the rise.

In terms of sales of electric vehicles, there has been a decline on a monthly basis despite the growth this year over last year. A total of 49,166 electric two-wheelers were sold in India in April 2022. In April 2021 this number was only 5,132. This is an increase of 858 percent. However, it is down 0.96 percent compared to March 2022.

In April 2022, Ola Electric sold a maximum of 12,698 vehicles. It was followed by Okinawa with 11,010 vehicles, Hero Electric with 6,576 vehicles, Ampere with 6,539 vehicles and Ather Energy with 2,447 vehicles. Pur EV sold 1,756 vehicles, TVS 1,417 vehicles and Revolt 1,239 vehicles.

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