Anand Mahindra, chairman of the car company Mahindra, is often in the headlines due to his tweets on social media. In such a situation, he has made a new tweet, in which he has shared the map of India, in which the percentage of people who have cars in which state in the country has been told.
This data has been told on the basis of the 2019-21 report of the National Family Health Survey, on the basis of which 7.5% of the total households in the country have one or the other car. So let us know in which state of the country what percentage of car owners are there?
According to the data given in the picture shared by Anand Mahindra, Goa has the highest number of 45.2% people in their house. It has the highest number of 24.2% households owning a car in the state of Kerala. After this, Jammu Kashmir has 23.7%, Himachal Pradesh 22.1%, Punjab 21.9%, Nagaland 22.3%, Sikkim 20.9%, Delhi 19.4%, Arunachal Pradesh 19.3%.
Whereas in Manipur 17%, Mizoram 15.5%, Haryana 15.3%, Meghalaya 12.9%, Uttarakhand 12.7%, Gujarat 10.9%, Karnataka 9.1%, Maharashtra 8.7%, Rajasthan 8.2%, Assam 8.1%, Tamil Nadu 6.5%, Telangana 6.5%, Uttar Pradesh 5.5%, Madhya Pradesh 5.3% own a car.
States with the fewest cars
States with the least number of cars are Tripura 4.6%, Chhattisgarh 4.3%, Jharkhand 4.1%, West Bengal 2.8%, Andhra Pradesh 2.8%, Orissa 2.7%, Bihar 2%.
People are reacting on social media
After sharing this map, Anand Mahindra asked people what would they say after seeing this map. On which some users say that states like Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh, Gujarat have good public transport, while hilly states like Arunachal Pradesh lack infrastructure, so people have more cars there.
Apart from this, a user has written that, “This may be due to heavy tax and high cost of vehicles.”