The steering wheel of the future is in the hands of women in India especially in electric vehicles. A few days ago, the country’s leading ad-based cab company Ola added an electric bike (Ola E-Scooter) to their list of cars. And the entire responsibility of making this bike called Electric Future Factory is on ten thousand women workers.
The factory is being situated at Indian state Tamil Nadu, a state in South India. Its capital and largest city is Chennai. Tamil Nadu lies in the southernmost part of the Indian subcontinent.
In the world of vehicles, the future is definitely electric cars. This is because the natural energy in the soil is rapidly declining. Many countries in the West have therefore for some time been focusing on the development of electric vehicles.
India is not far behind and the Ola cab company have added these new electric bikes to their list of cars.
“The world’s largest ‘All Women’ factory will be set up in Tamil Nadu,” said Bhavish Agarwal, CEO of the company on Monday. He stated that self-reliant India needs self-reliant women.
Preparations for the first phase of the e-scooter factory have already begun. Fuel prices have crossed 100 in the last few weeks across the country. There is no doubt that electric cars are a ‘better alternative’ in this situation. In this context, he said, “This is the first time we have taken such an initiative on behalf of Ola Cab company.
This will open up job opportunities and a way to become financially self-sufficient in front of a much larger number of Indian women. The organization is specially training women for this purpose. This will further increase the etymology required for production and the women will be responsible for everything that will be made in Ola’s Future E-scooter Factory. ”