The automobile business endured lost Rs 4,000 crore in 8 months taking after the restriction on special of diesel vehicles in motor limit of 2,000cc or more in Delhi/NCR, SIAM President Vinod Dasari said today.
The Supreme Court, in any case, had not long ago lifted the prohibition on the enlistment of such diesel vehicles with one for each penny environment cess.
Talking at the 58th Annual Session of the Automotive Component Manufacturers Association (ACMA), Dasari said it was "imprope data" supplied to the courts which prompted the prohibition on diesel vehicles.
"Driven by media buildup, furnished with disgraceful data, the courts chose to boycott those vehicles which really meet the models set by the administration. It is interestingly that when you meet the law you really get punished. The car business has lost Rs 4,000 crore in the most recent eight months," the Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM) president said.
He said that everybody needed to control the automobile business without taking a gander at the genuine reason for contamination.
The Supreme Court had on December 16, 2015 banned the enrollment of diesel vehicles with a motor limit of 2000cc or more in Delhi/NCR, refering to worries as to expanding air contamination in the national capital.
"It's a matter of awesome pride that the auto area gives 30 million employments and records for 50 for every penny of the assembling GDP but it is somewhat pitiful when there is blockage, then car industry is faulted; when there is contamination, vehicle industry is faulted and when there is a mishap automobile industry is pointed the finger at," Dasari said.
Dasari, MD of Ashok Leyland, included: "I feel everybody needs to manage the car business. How about we take the Delhi illustration. Each winters when there is haze, there is a great deal of media buildup, bunches of NGOs get included and they point the finger at one industry; everybody needs to accuse car industry."
He said that under 20 for each penny contamination originates from the automobile business.
He included that the car business has a few times requested that the administration boycott old vehicles in the event that it needs to diminish contamination.
"Boycott vehicles that cause contamination," Dasari said.
He facilitate said the move to boycott would not help in decreasing contamination in the capital.
"After every one of this what happened. There is natural cess, for vehicles that are bigger than 2,000 cc, of 1 for each penny. Individuals who purchase such vehicles… is it accurate to say that they are going to quit purchasing these because of this one for each penny cess? Is that going to affect Delhi contamination?" Dasari noted.
He said the car business needs to chip away at its revamping it's picture.
"I consider it to be a test, this is the place the automobile business and parts industry will need to cooperate to remake our picture to give right sort of input," Dasari said.