Electric car maker Tesla has filed a lawsuit against the California government just because it has not been given permission to open the plant due to the ban.
Washington: While the growing coronavirus outbreak hit the government in the U.S., electric car maker Tesla has filed a lawsuit against the California government only because the lockout has prevented it from opening the facility. At the same time, Elon Musk, the company’s CEO, has threatened to move Tesla headquarters and future programs from California to Texas or Nevada to challenge government restrictions. Significantly, the facility was closed to limit the spread of corona.
Musk has continually requested the opening of Tesla’s Alameda County, California facility. However, the health authority refuses to allow this. It is said that Tesla must not open plants as long as measures such as blocking are effective to prevent the epidemic. At the same time, the company claims that it has fully prepared the “return to work” program. Including online video training for personnel, vertical division area, temperature testing, wearing protective equipment and strict cleaning and disinfection protocols.
Declares against the Constitution
The company said it had informed the Alameda County health authorities of its plan to return to work, but they refused to give permission. He further stated that Alameda County’s attitude violated the federal and Californian constitution and was contrary to the governor’s instructions.
Musk begins to criticize
The move of Elon Musk and his company is also criticized. Politician Lorena S. Gonzalez (Lorena S Gonzalez) spoke out against Musk on social media. He used insulting words in his tweet against the CEO of Tesla. What Musk responded with decency. He wrote: “Your message was received”.