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MLA Mohiuddin Bava's new Volvo car faces trouble

Published On : 28 Mar 2017   |  Reported By : Canaranews Network


Mangaluru: MLA Mohiuddin Bava, who has been in the centre of attention for being the first owner of the new Volvo XC 90 T9 Excellence car in India, had to face trouble wiith the posh vehicle within two days of the purchase. On Monday evening, the Rs 1.65-crore car got stalled at a petrol bunk in Kadr, after diesel was filled in its tank instead of petrol.

The car was taken to the petrol bunk by Bava's son to fill its tank, but unfortunately, the staff who attended to the car pumped the wrong type of fuel into it. The car will now have to be transported by a truck to Bengaluru to clean up the tank and repair its system.

In a statement to the media later the same night, Bava said, "My son has craze for cars and on his suggestion, I had gone for this car and he has the best knowledge about it. Though my son had instructed him clearly to fill petrol, when my son went to pay, he found that the petrol bunk staff had filled diesel. The staff has accepted the mistake and apologised for the same. The dealers concerned have been informed and it will be rectified."







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