Ola Electrical CEO Bhavish Aggarwal stated the corporate is making an attempt to get to the foundation reason behind the hearth that engulfed one among its S1 Professional scooters in Pune.
Ola Electrical might recall a couple of batches of its S1 Professional electrical scooter, in accordance with founder and CEO Bhavish Aggarwal.
At a current tour of the corporate’s state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Karnataka, Aggarwal shared an replace on the continuing investigation into the incident in Pune the place an Ola S1 Professional caught hearth.
Aggarwal stated that the explanation behind the recall can be to search out the foundation reason behind the hearth. He added that determining the trigger is taking time and that Ola has employed the providers of “world class” businesses to unearth the explanation. The corporate is anticipated to conclude the investigation and make the findings public quickly.
Pictures and movies of the incident the place the Ola S1 Professional was engulfed in smoke and flames was broadly circulated on social media. In reality, not simply Ola, however there have been incidents of e-scooters bought in India by Pure EV and Okinawa have additionally been broadly shared.
Aggarwal’s assertion comes days after Union Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari put out a stern warning suggesting electrical scooter corporations ought to voluntarily recall their merchandise and assess any points or else face heavy penalties.