Moily boarded a metro train at Race Course station and alighted at Central Secretariat, next to Shastri Bhawan which houses the Petroleum Ministry. "Every Wednesday, I will use public transport. I have asked my official car to be lodged in the garage. I also ask my public sector companies to use public transport at least once a week," Moily told media persons just before boarding the metro around 9.45 am.

He said saving petrol will save the economy. "It will conserve energy, conserve dollar reserve, and sustain the value of rupee and credibility," he said. "After three months, we will do an impact assessment survey to see if energy saving tactics has borne fruit. My target is to save USD 25 billion in forex," Moily added.


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