the decision of the government has impacted some state governments in the second wave of Corona but the Central Government has repeatedly refused to establish National Lockdown.
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But due to this decision of the government, many auto companies have announced to close their factory and talked about doing the factories in the use of at this time.
Closed auto companies' factory Namostar 'government's decision is undeclared lockdown'
The country's 5 auto companies closed factory will be at the time of the factory, some state governments have put some state governments in the second wave of Corona annually, but the Central Government has barged But due to this decision of the government, many auto companies have announced to close their factory and talked about doing the factories in the use of at this time. The government has stopped the industrial use of liquid oxygen to remove the oxygen's shortage of oxygen in the country.
After this decision, liquid oxygen used in industries has also been made available for medical needs.
Although auto companies do not use oxygen much but still the impact of the government's decision has been on their supplier chain.
'Unlawful Lockdown is the use of oxygen in the factories of auto companies, but there is a large scale use of oxygen in factories that make parts for them.
A auto parts company of Gurujram said, "This is a kind of 'undeclared lockdown'. If we can not use oxygen then the factory will not only be produced.
As long as the government's restriction does not end, we have to keep the factory off. It is expected that this decision will not be more than a fortnight.
'The country's 5 auto companies closed factory was the country's largest two-wheeler company Hero MotoCorp announced to keep their factories closed before the government's decision.
The company had announced to keep its factory closed for four days between April 22 to 1. Apart from this, Honda Motorcycle and Scooters, Maruti Suzuki India, MG Motors and Toyota Kirloskar have also decided to keep their plant closed.
will do the first time before the country's largest car company Maruti Suzuki has described the reason for closing its Gujarat and Haryana factories before time to do its bi-annual maintenance.
The company has decided to keep its factory closed by 1 to 9 May. While first this was to be in June. The company says that it will help bring more and more oxygen work in the country. Similarly,
'Toyota Kirloskar' Motor has also decided to keep both the 'factories' of his Karnataka from April 26 and MG Motor to keep his 'Gujarat factory' for 7 days so that the chain of 'covid-19' infection can be broken.
Namostar 'Honda' Motor's He has announced the use of this temporary allegation at the annual Mentinance of the plants.
While his other offices will continue to be through the work from the home.