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Opposition Leaders Targeted Cm Bhagwant Mann After German Company Bmw Refused To Set Up Its Plant In Punjab – CGCHOTBOX


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Opposition leaders have targeted Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann after German company BMW refused to set up its plant in Punjab. On Tuesday, the Chief Minister had informed in a tweet that BMW Company would set up a plant in Punjab. On Wednesday, the BMW company issued a written statement, denying the news of setting up a plant in Punjab. In Punjab, Congress leaders Sukhpal Singh Khaira, Partap Singh Bajwa, Pargat Singh, BJP’s Manjinder Singh Sirsa, Akali Dal’s Dr. Daljit Singh Cheema have demanded an explanation from the Chief Minister on the issue.

Sukhpal Khaira tweeted- ‘Since BMW has clarified that it has no plans to set up a manufacturing plant in Punjab as it already has a plant in Chennai, a warehouse in Pune and a training center in Gurgaon. I urge Bhagwant Mann to clarify who is right as he had claimed investment by BMW in Punjab only yesterday.

Pargat Singh tweeted- ‘BMW denies Bhagwant Mann’s yesterday’s announcement that BMW is setting up a plant in Punjab. After this he should give clarification to Punjab. Was it because of miscommunication, or was your habitual false propaganda behind it?’

Sirsa told shameful

Manjinder Singh Sirsa wrote in a post posted on social media- ‘National shame! CM Bhagwant Mann claimed that BMW is planning to set up the unit in Punjab, but the company has denied the statement in an official press release today. How much more lies will the Kejriwal-Mann duo tell to get cheap publicity? It is shameful for every Indian!!’

Leader of Opposition in the Assembly Pratap Bajwa tweeted- ‘BMW denies setting up of any plant in Punjab as claimed by Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann… Can CM clarify his position on this or will he go to the entire state? were you lying to?’

statement issued by BMW

German automobile company BMW in its official release said that the BMW Group has no plans to set up additional manufacturing plants in Punjab. However, in the release, the company also said that it is strongly committed to its Indian operations with its manufacturing plant in Chennai, a warehouse in Pune, a training center in Gurgaon NCR and a well-developed dealer network in major metros of the country. Is.

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Opposition leaders have targeted Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann after German company BMW refused to set up its plant in Punjab. On Tuesday, the Chief Minister had informed in a tweet that BMW Company would set up a plant in Punjab. On Wednesday, the BMW company issued a written statement, denying the news of setting up a plant in Punjab. In Punjab, Congress leaders Sukhpal Singh Khaira, Partap Singh Bajwa, Pargat Singh, BJP’s Manjinder Singh Sirsa, Akali Dal’s Dr. Daljit Singh Cheema have demanded an explanation from the Chief Minister on the issue.

Sukhpal Khaira tweeted- ‘Since BMW has clarified that it has no plans to set up a manufacturing plant in Punjab as it already has a plant in Chennai, a warehouse in Pune and a training center in Gurgaon. I urge Bhagwant Mann to clarify who is right as he had claimed investment by BMW in Punjab only yesterday.

Pargat Singh tweeted- ‘BMW denies Bhagwant Mann’s yesterday’s announcement that BMW is setting up a plant in Punjab. After this he should give clarification to Punjab. Was it because of miscommunication, or was your habitual false propaganda behind it?’

Sirsa told shameful

Manjinder Singh Sirsa wrote in a post posted on social media- ‘National shame! CM Bhagwant Mann claimed that BMW is planning to set up the unit in Punjab, but the company has denied the statement in an official press release today. How much more lies will the Kejriwal-Mann duo tell to get cheap publicity? It is shameful for every Indian!!’

Leader of Opposition in the Assembly Pratap Bajwa tweeted- ‘BMW denies setting up of any plant in Punjab as claimed by Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann… Can CM clarify his position on this or will he go to the entire state? were you lying to?’

statement issued by BMW

German automobile company BMW in its official release said that the BMW Group has no plans to set up additional manufacturing plants in Punjab. However, in the release, the company also said that it is strongly committed to its Indian operations with its manufacturing plant in Chennai, a warehouse in Pune, a training center in Gurgaon NCR and a well-developed dealer network in major metros of the country. Is.

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