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Why indignant Indians are branch their SUVs into rubbish collection vehicles

NEW DELHI: Unsatisfied by a services of their automobile dealers, Indian group are branch their SUVs into a rubbish gourmet vehicles.

According to these men, they are rebellious this emanate by degrading these dealers.

Mostly desirous by a story of Maharaja Jai Singh of Alwar, who incited his 7 newly Rolls Royce cars into a rubbish gourmet vehicles in a punish of not treating him scrupulously during a showroom.

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Back in 1920, a Maharaja, on a vacation to England accidentally walked into a Rolls Royce salon where he was abandoned and indignant by not charity a exam drive.

Similarly, a businessman from Pune sent his newly Toyota Fortuner filled with rubbish to his dealer.

Enraged by a services given by a dealership, Hemraj Choudhary, who bought a SUV in Mar this year, has done several visits to a dealership to solve an different issue, that was shortly grown after a squeeze of a Fortuner.
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Not only this, Choudhary settled in a media news that he will present a lush SUV as a rubbish lorry to a Pimpri-Chinchwad Municipal Corporation (PCMC)..
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In another incident, Rajesh Pareta, a businessman from Kota, donated his Renault Duster value Rs 10 lakh to Modak Gram Panchayat to collect garbage. The SUV from Renault was purchased in 2012 though due to a electrical and atmosphere conditioner problems, it went idle for some-more than 200 days.
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Earlier, an particular from Gujarat sent his Chevrolet Beat to a dealership with some different comments created on a car, while another businessman sent behind his Jaguar XF to a dealership, that was towed by donkeys.

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