The recent violent attack against the leading automaker Maruti Suzuki’s management staff came as a sudden surprise to whole of domestic auto industry. But the Managing Director of the company, Shinzo Nakanishi proclaimed that the company will stick to the location and even a third facility is under pipeline at Manesar. The new assembly is likely to be operational by mid of next year and at the same time he expressed apology plus warned that this time the ‘violence will not be forgiven’.
The MD strongly claimed that this type of unfortunate happening never ever occurred in the entire history of Suzuki Motor Corp’s business lifespan. The company’s arms are spread across Hungary, Indonesia, Spain, Pakistan, Thailand, Malaysia, China and the Philippines, and this mishap in India is such a shame for the Japanese auto brand. He said that it is just because the automaker has been too lenient and in the coming time the process will get altered and nothing will be tolerated.
After attending the cremation of Maruti’s HR executive who confronted death due to severe violent attack at the Manesar plant, Mr. Nakanishi said, “It’s such a big trauma for my people. We will surely not take it lightly anymore.”
The Managing Director personally went to each victim’s home and apologized for the mishap and the miseries done on them by the fellow workers. The management exclaimed that it is high time government should impose strict action against such violence. Nakanishi asked both Union and the Haryana government to bring a decisive action plan for fixing such occurrences. He also mentioned, “I will personally take interest in the same and will ask Haryana Chief Minister BS Hooda for a thorough investigation in the matter.”
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