Foundation stone of Maruti Suzuki’s third plant in Haryana on 28th August

Residents of Haryana are getting another gift during this month from Prime Minister Narender Modi laying foundation stone for the third  Maruti-Suzuki plant in 900 acres area in IMT at Kharkhoda through Video conferencing on 28th August in the presence of Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khatter and Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala. Earlier, Maruti Udyog is having two plants in the state at Manesar, Gurugram and a Research & Design Centre at Rohtak. Prime Minister had gifted Asias’s biggest Amrita Hospital at Faridabad to residents in state recently this month.

R.C. Bhargava, President Maruti Suzuki told that the company producing nearly 1.5 lakh cars every year in their existing plants at Manesar and Gurugram in the state now aims to produce nearly 2.5 lakh vehicles every year in its thirds plant at Kharkhoda on which investment worth over Rs Rs 20000 crore is being made is likely to start production after about two years. He told that company aims to increase production of vehicles in proposed plant at Kharkhoda gradually till reaches 10000 vehicles every year. He told that out of total 900 acres area there is a proposal to manufacture Suzuki motorcycles in 100 acre area.

Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khatter told media persons that impressed by the services and Haryana state government’s new industry policy Maruti Suzuki is going to install its third manufacturing plant in the state which will provide employment opportunities to large number of youths in the state under state government’s reservation policy to offer 75% jobs up to monthly salary Rs 30000 to youths belonging to Haryana state. Khatter said, Matuti Suzuki has invested Rs 2400 crore on purchase of land from state government at Kharkhoda and bring prosperity for people in the state.