In Himachal Pradesh, 22.1 per cent of the households have their own car. This is almost twice as high as the national average of 7.5 per cent. At the same time, more families in Himachal have a car as compared to 19.4 percent in the national capital Delhi. This has been revealed in the report of the National Family Health Survey 2019-21.
Anand Mahindra, the country’s veteran businessman and chairman of Mahindra & Mahindra, has shared a map of India on Twitter. In this, it has been told that in which state, how many families have a car available.
According to this survey, 7.5 percent people in the whole country have a car. Goa has the maximum number of families owning a car, while Bihar has the least number of families. In Goa, 45.2 percent and in Bihar only 2 percent of the families have a car.
By sharing this map in his Twitter account, Anand Mahindra has asked a question to the users that what do you think after seeing this map. I look forward to hearing your answer. This post is being discussed a lot on social media. People have also made many interesting comments regarding the ownership of cars.
A user named Vishal Ahlawat wrote that in a state where the number of houses and population is less, there is no dearth of money for the people. At the same time, in states where there is a shortage of money and more population, there are fewer families with cars available.