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Govt must have clarity on what it wants from auto industry: Vinod Dasari

Outgoing SIAM president points out that the govt has been talking about BS-VI, ethanol, CNG and now electric vehicles

Ajay Modi  |  New Delhi 

Vinod Dasari, whose tenure as president of Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (Siam) ended early this month, has said the government needs to make up its mind on what it wants from the industry.  "Our gripe with the ministry and government is not about regulation. They need to regulate the industry but they must make up their mind and not keep changing it frequently. You decide whatever is in national interest and we will follow," Dasari, managing director and chief executive officer at Ashok Leyland, said in an interaction.  Dasari said ...


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First Published: Mon, September 18 2017. 19:08 IST