A man from Udaipur, Rajasthan, drove his brand-new vehicle to the showroom while tying a couple of donkeys to it. At an engagement party he was attending, Rajkumar Purbia’s car broke down. The manager wouldn’t help when he called the showroom for service. According to him, this service is offered from 9 am to 7 pm.
The incident went viral on social media and garnered a lot of attention. Rajkumar Gyari, a resident of Sundarwas in Udaipur, claimed that his uncle Shankar Lal had bought a new car worth Rs 50 lakh from a showroom in Udaipur’s Madri Industrial area.
The car had recurring technical issues which were reported to the authorized service center. Despite contacting the dealers several times, no satisfactory solution was provided.
The car was brought to the service center twice but the problem persisted. When the car wouldn’t start during a family function, the owner decided to take it to the showroom. Currently, the car is in the showroom, and the owner has demanded a replacement.
The car was barely 45 days old.
Rajkumar, who was dissatisfied with his actions, pulled his car to the company’s showroom using a pair of donkeys.