A controversy led to the closure of the Tata Nano plant in Singur. What is the current status of the plant? Read on and browse through the images recently taken at the Singur plant. Left high and dry are the skeletons of the Tata Nano. The CPI (M) led front government made use of the 1894 Land Acquisition Act to take over the 997 acres of farmland for the plant. Many of the farmers and activists opposed it and it went to become a national rage ultimately to the closure of the factory.
Story first published: Monday, April 25, 2016, 16:31 [IST]