Tesla’s India entry may be delayed! Know what the reason is

Tesla India Launch: American electric vehicle maker Tesla recently announced that it will be launching the Indian market. This has been confirmed by Union Road Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari himself. Tesla will be launching its electric cars in the Indian market this year, Nitin Gadkari said. Karnataka Chief Minister B.S. Yeddyurappa said the company would set up its first production plant in Karnataka. But amidst all this, there is news that Tesla may be delaying entry into India.

According to a report published in Business Today, an official has told the media about the condition of anonymity, and the government has not yet received any concrete proposal from the company. On the one hand, if the chief minister is talking about starting a Tesla manufacturing plant in Karnataka, on the other hand, there is no development in land allocation for the plant.

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Let me tell you, the company was registered under the name of Tesla India Motors and Energy Pvt Ltd in Bangalore last month. According to the Registrar of Companies (Rosy), Vaibhav Taneja, Venkatarangam Sriram and David John Fenstein have been appointed as directors of Tesla India. The company’s corporate headquarters are located in Lavelle Road in the city.

The Chief Minister’s tweet has been deleted: On January 12, Karnataka Chief Minister B.S. Yeddyurappa welcomed Tesla’s entry into India by tweeting on social networking site Twitter. “Karnataka is leading India’s journey towards green mobility,” he said in a tweet. Electric vehicle maker Tesla will soon launch its operations in India with its Research and Development (R&D) unit in Bangalore. I welcome Elon Musk (founder of the company) to India and Karnataka and wish him well ”, but deleted the tweet a few hours later.

Let me tell you, many states in the country are vying to welcome Tesla in their state. It is reported that Tesla has not signed any agreement or agreement in Karnataka. According to a report published in TOI, Maharashtra Industries Minister Subhas Desai recently said the company was looking to open a showroom showcasing imported cars from the US and Europe. Based on customer feedback from here, the selected model will be launched in India.

However, despite all these things, B.S. Yeddyurappa has previously stated that Tesla will set up its manufacturing plant in Karnataka. Industrial corridors will be constructed in the state’s Tumkur district. “There are many benefits to Tesla’s arrival in India. The biggest benefit is that people get jobs,” he said. He estimates that Tesla’s entry into India will provide employment to about 2.8 lakh people.