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Tatas won’t accept change in master plan
Published on 11 Sep. 2008 1:28 AM IST
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Tata Motors on Tuesday stepped up pressure on the West Bengal government, saying it wasn't going to accept any measure that would disturb the existing arrangement of the Singur Nano plant. A day after it expressed "distress" with the outcome of the talks between the state government and Singur agitators and kept work suspended at the plant, Tatas preferred to keep a close watch on the situation, even as the Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee government tried hard to cajole the automobile major on resuming work. The state government said nothing would jeopardise the mother plant and the vendor park arrangement at the Nano plant. According to Times News Network, soon after the Tatas' missive, the state government sent a reply, saying that nothing in the project area had changed and things weren't exactly the way Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee had projected. The government also wrote to the Tatas that there was no question giving land - 300 acres - from the project area. On Tuesday, Tatas Motors MD Ravi Kant responded to state industries minister Nirupam Sen's letter with a veiled warning. "We have noted in your clarification that the government will maintain the integrated nature of the auto cluster consisting of Tata Motors plant and vendor's park as arranged and agreed. Therefore, the government should not take any step which will disturb this arrangement."

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