The state government had signed an agreement with Dutch company PAL-V (Personal Air Land Vehicle) in March 2020 to set up a manufacturing plant and the production was scheduled to commence in mid2021. But work for the plant has not even started.
The company had planned to initially export all its cars to the US and the European nations and enter the domestic market later. During the signing of the deal, the company had claimed it had received orders for export of 110 cars.
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