Friday, July 20, 2012
By Manoj Kumawat
Maruti cars dispatch recommenced at Manesar Maruti Plant
In the middle of heavy police employment at the Manesar Maruti Suzuki Plant, the car dispatch finally recommenced on Friday. However, the production facilities were shut down after the brutal event that took place on Wednesday where a senior company official got killed. Mr. K.K Sidhu, who is the Police Commissioner of Gurgaon visited the Manesar plant and examined the overall security condition. But, when enquired upon the same, Mr. Sidhu decided to keep mum.
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The General Manager HR, Mr. Awanish Kumar Dev, who was killed at the unfortunate incident at the plant, was cremated yesterday in New Delhi. The postmortem report listed out that his legs were broken and failed to save himself from the hazardous fire at the manufacturing plant during the aggressive event. At that incident, a total of 100 people were injured, which also comprised of few Japanese nationals. They are currently admitted at the Medanta, Paras and Artemis hospitals.
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When the media approached the company officials, they refused to comment on the entire incident. But large trailer trucks were laden with Maruti Cars that were manufactured before the incident was spotted leaving the plant premises.
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Prior to the brutal event, Maruti India used to roll out about 1500 units per day and has 4000 to 5000 units parked at the factory, which are meant for delivers across India. One of the officials from the Maruti Suzuki Plant at Manesar mentioned that the company is busy examining the total damage of the property and the facilities. The main gate, fire safety section and security office have been viciously burnt that are afar from repair. The company will soon announce the decision regarding the measures it will take next. Currently, the Haryana Police has guarded the entire Manesar plant by deploying about 1300 policemen.