Maruti India has seen some of the bad times at its Manesar manufacturing facility in Gurgaon, since a long-time. The situation is so bad that Maruti has postponed the launch of its upcoming new Alto 800 and Swift siblings are now commanding a longer-than-ever waiting period. Now, it has emerged that the popular car maker is resorting to vaastu correction process, to rid the plant of all negative energy.
On this regard, the company has contacted a vedic astrologer from Bangalore. And it is also suggested that extensive Puja be conducted after which the land will be rid of all negative energy which is causing catastrophic effects on the company’s timely production, peaceful functioning and amicable relations between workers and management.
Last year too, in 2011 similar situation resulted in tremendous loss and damage to company plant and this time round too Manesar employees are holding management at ransom which caused death of a senior official besides injury and bloodshed to employees. Maruti Suzuki has now declared lock out at the company plant due to which production of Swift hatchback and Dzire sedan have suffered immensely. The combined backlog for the two cars is over 1 lakh units and the waiting period per model is over five months.
A vedic astrologer from Bangalore, Deivajna K N Somayaji is expected to advise the management on vaastu of the Manesar plant. According to unconfirmed reports, the sprawling 600 acres of land on which the Manesar plant has been constructed, is said to have once served as a Muslim burial ground. Three temples, which existed in the 600 acres were demolished to set up the plant. However, there was no confirmation of this from Maruti officials.
Deivajna K N Somayaji remedy is that corrections in construction must be done to ensure that the problem does not spread to other units. He has held a few meetings with the company officials. Somayaji started his work on Sunday and is scheduled to visit the Manesar plant which is 17 km from Gurgaon for many more times to complete the job.
According to vaastu, Plant A is ok as it was doing considerably well and the company was raking in profits. But Plant B where labour issues and production related problems surfaced witnessed brutal violence resulting in a senior HR executive being killed and nearly 100 employees injured.
The latest problem is that more than the workers, it is the executives of Maruti Suzuki India Ltd who were injured in the 18 July assault by workers who do not want to come back to the car maker’s Manesar plant. They are refusing to rejoin work, which is possibly delaying the resumption of production at the factory.
Speaking about rejoining and starting work at Manesar, one of the officials said, “My parents are not in favour of me joining the company back. They are worried about my safety. I am happy to work at Gurgaon plant or even in Gujarat but not at Manesar. If I am forced to join work at Manesar, I will have to quit.”