For the last few weeks, there has been news that due to the increasing cases of Covid-19 in Maharashtra, Tata Motors has stopped production of some models in its Pune plant.
Tata Motors has once again rejected reports that stopped production of some models in the passenger vehicle portfolio. While clarifying on these reports, the company has said that this is just a rumor and there is absolutely no truth in these reports.
For the last few weeks, there has been news that due to the increasing cases of Covid-19 in Maharashtra, Tata Motors has stopped production of some models in its Pune plant. However, now the company has clarified this saying that there is nothing like this. An official statement issued by Tata Motors states that the company is operating its Pune factory in strict compliance with the ‘Break the Chain’ guidelines of the Maharashtra government.
The company has also made it clear that it is operating its manufacturing plant with limited number of employees as per the guidelines issued by the Government of Maharashtra. Tata Motors said that it is taking full care of the safety and health of its employees. The company said that employees are being screened and screened at the gate of the plant. In such a situation, if there are any signs of infection, then that employee is immediately iosolated and at the same time full support is given for the quarantine.
The company had earlier also informed that the medical teams along with local health officials have started a campaign to vaccinate the employees of 45 years and above in the factory.
However, in the statement issued by the company, no information has been given about the rumors of the closure of the production and it is similar to the release released a few days ago.
Let us tell you that models like Nexon, Harrier, Ultras and Safari are manufactured in this plant of Tata Motors. The plant is located in Pimpri Chinchwad, close to Pune and nowadays corona cases are increasing continuously in Pune. According to the data released by the news agency Bhasha, 12,707 positive cases have been reported in Pune on Sunday and 116 people have died. A total of 2,830 new cases have been registered in Pimpri Chinchwad on Sunday.
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