New Delhi, Auto Desk. Tesla CEO Elon Musk tweeted about the death in “mysterious circumstances” today, which has become a topic of discussion on social media. Different reactions of people are coming about this tweet. Tagging Elon Musk’s tweet, some people are writing that you have a lot to do for the world right now. This tweet of Elon Musk has now become a topic of discussion. However, it is not clear from this tweet from him that in which direction he is pointing.

Elon Musk’s tweet created a stir

Let us tell you that Tesla CEO Elon Musk had just bought the entire stake of Twitter a few days ago, after which he has become the owner of Twitter. Elon Musk’s Tesla company is the world’s best auto-pilot electric car maker. The world’s richest man Elon Musk has been wanting to launch his electric cars in the Indian market for a long time. For this, he has been demanding tax exemption from the Government of India for a long time. However, the sale of Tesla’s car in India is still a dream if the Indian government does not accept the conditions of Elon Musk. At the moment, Elon Musk’s tweet of death in this mysterious circumstances has created quite a stir.

Aadar Poonawalla gives advice to Elon Musk

On Sunday, once again the world’s largest electric car maker Tesla got an invitation to come to India to manufacture cars. Serum Institute owner Adar Poonawalla has advised Tesla to come to India and manufacture cars. He said it would be a best investment for Musk. In fact, commenting on Tesla owner Elon Musk’s purchase of Twitter stake, Serum Institute of India CEO Adar Poonawalla on Sunday tagged Tesla owner Elon Musk in a tweet, which is now getting a lot of likes and retweets. In this tweet, Adar Poonawalla tagged Elon Musk and wrote that if your purchase is not over yet, then you should come to India and build Tesla cars. I assure you that this will be the best investment you have ever made.

Why is Tesla not coming to India?

Elon Musk has been looking to start manufacturing and business operations in India for a long time. Musk has been pressuring the Indian government for a long time to give some exemption in tax on his cars. At the same time, the government has categorically refused to make any concession in tax exemption. Elon Musk had raised concerns in August last year, saying that Indian import duties were higher than any other major country in the world, which was affecting the plans of OEMs and that is why there were so many problems in starting a business in India. have been At the same time, the government says that Tesla should come to India and manufacture the car, and not bring it from another country and sell it in India.

Edited By: Sarveshwar Pathak