Tesla goes to Bangalore, MNS takes jibe at Aditya Thackeray

As electrical big Tesla has set-up base in Bangalore, an MNS chief has taken a jibe at Shiv Sena chief and Maharashtra cupboard minister Aditya Thackeray.

Aditya Thackeray had invited Tesla to arrange base in Mumbai in October final 12 months. (File photograph: PTI)

As electrical automobile big Tesla has registered to arrange base in Bangalore, Maharashtra authorities has drawn sharp criticism from Maharashtra Navnirman Sena.

This comes after Tesla was invited to Maharashtra by State Tourism Minister Aaditya Thackeray by a tweet in October.

Now, in a tweet, MNS chief Sandeep Deshpande has taken a jibe at Aditya Thackeray by reposting Aditya’s tweet from final October with the caption, “Tesla firm has fled to Karnataka. It’s a shock to ‘Page 3 Ministers’. Solely phrases no motion.“

On October 22, 2020, Thackeray had tweeted saying, “This evening I had the opportunity to participate in a video call by Industries Minister @Subhash_Desai ji with @Tesla team to invite them to Maharashtra. I was present not because of just the investment but my firm belief in electric mobility & sustainability @elonmusk”.

Maharashtra is already residence to a number of home and international vehicle producers just like the Chakan Industrial belt close to Pune, a serious vehicle hub within the state. Thackeray has been at the forefront in selling electrical autos and Tesla’s funding in Maharashtra would have given the state a much-needed push. After his meet with Tesla officers, Thackeray had mentioned that the federal government is ‘dedicated to coverage constructing and modifications for sustainable improvement’.

“We are firmly committed to policy building and changes for sustainable development and I personally believe that electric mobility, supported by renewable energy is the way ahead. Let’s hope we can help this thought become mainstream soon,” Thackeray had mentioned.

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