The report stated over 10 per cent growth in per capita income of Delhi for the year 2016-17.
New Delhi: Consumption of diesel in the national capital reduced to 12,67,000 metric tonnes in 2016-17 from 15,08,000 metric tonnes during 2015-16, the Delhi Statistical Hand Book released by deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia stated. However, consumption of petrol registered marginal increase from 9,02,000 metric tonnes in 2015-16 to 9,06,000 metric tonnes during 2016-17, it said.
Also, 7.78 lakh new vehicles, including 29,690 e-rickshaws were registered in the city in 2016-17. Up to March, this year, registration of new vehicles was 1.05 crore which includes 31.53 lakh cars and jeeps and 67.08 lakh motorcycles and scooters.
The report stated over 10 per cent growth in per capita income of Delhi for the year 2016-17, which is higher than that at national level. The per capita income of Delhi is estimated at Rs 3,03,073 for the 2016-2017, an increase by 10.76 per cent from 2015-16.