Tata Nano, World’s Smallest Car, Faces Production Troubles Resulting In Launch Delays

by Trendy

Tata Motors showed off the world’s smallest car, the Tata Nano, at the New Delhi Auto Expo earlier in the year. The Nano car was covered by media all around the world and received a lot of attention. At the expo, Tata Motors Chairman Ratan Tata said that this cars is not a prototype or a work in progress. He confirmed that these cars will roll out soon from their Singur production plant situated in the state of west bengal.

The Singur plant facility is now in danger of a closure and may result in significant delays in the launch of the car. Mamata Banerjee, a local politician, has been leading an agitation demanding that the land given to Tata Motors by the West Bengal state government be given back to farmers. She has directed hundreds of her partymen to protest at the factory site and continue their agitation. Frustrated by the agitation and the uncertainty now surrounding the Singur plant, Tata Motors has started looking for an alternate site to relocate. It is very likely now that the Singur Plant with all its machinery and employees will be relocated to another state where the conditions are more stable and ideal for mass production of the world’s smallest car.

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