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Ever since Elon Musk, the world’s richest man, has announced to buy Twitter, his discussion has been going on continuously. After this deal, Adar Poonawalla, CEO of Serum Institute of India, has given him an advice.
World’s richest man Elon Musk (Elon MuskEver since ) has announced to buy Twitter, since then their discussion is going on continuously. Last month only his and Twitter (TwitterA big deal worth $ 44 billion (about Rs 3368 billion) has been finalized between them. After this deal, now the CEO of Serum Institute of India, Adar Poonawalla (Adar Poonawalla) has given him an advice on Sunday. He tweeted, ‘Hello Elon Musk, if you don’t want to buy Twitter, consider investing some of that capital on a large scale in India and build good quality Tesla cars here.’
Poonawalla also said that this will be your best investment ever. He said, ‘I assure you that this will be the best investment you have ever made.’ Let us tell you that Tesla Motors owned by Musk came close to making its India debut in Karnataka last year. Earlier this year, Musk was asked about the update on Tesla’s launch in India, to which he replied that he still faces a lot of challenges with the Indian government.
States have invited Musk to invest
So far, several states in India have invited Musk’s firm to invest, including Maharashtra, Telangana, West Bengal, Punjab and Tamil Nadu. Last month, Union Minister Nitin Gadkari told ANI at an event that if Elon Musk is ready to build Tesla in India, it is a very easy option and we have no problem. We have all kinds of technology and because of that they can reduce the cost.
Nitin Gadkari has also sent an invitation
He said, ‘Welcome to India. We don’t have any problem, but, let’s say if he wants to manufacture cars in China and later sell in India then it might not be a good proposition for India. That’s why we request them to come to India and build here. Last year also he had assured all possible help from the government.
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