Auto major Tata Motors has conducted raids in as many as 19 locations across the country over the last six months, the firm has said in a statement. These raids have been conducted across India including in cities like New Delhi, Mumbai, Jaipur and Vijayawada, as well as in small towns.
Sanjeev Garg, vice president & global head of customer care (commercial vehicles), Tata Motors, said, “The use of spurious parts poses a safety risk to consumers and to all those around.
Easily available spurious parts like clutch parts, filters and gear box parts not only affect the aggregate life but is also a major threat to everyone around, and one of the biggest reasons for road accidents.”
The number of makers, traders and sellers across New Delhi, UP, Maharashtra and Andhra Pradesh have been found to be selling such spurious products/parts of the firm, it said on Thursday.