Ford Motor Co. sellers in India face potential legal motion from shoppers after the U.S. car big made a decision to shut its factories in the country.
Sellers will possible face “legal complications” supplied that Indian shopper legislation tends to make them liable after a maker exits, Vinkesh Gulati, president of the Federation of Auto Sellers Associations, claimed in an job interview with Bloomberg Tv set. 

“We be expecting Ford to give some compensation to sellers and prepare one thing in potential so that sellers are not in a legal strangle from shoppers in shopper court docket scenarios for their service accountability,” Gulati claimed. 

Sellers invested about 20 billion rupees ($272 million) developing Ford dealerships in India, which employ about 40,000 people today, he claimed.