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    Coronavirus lockdown: Maruti Suzuki records zero monthly domestic sales for first time ever

    Maruti Suzuki on Friday reported zero monthly domestic sales for the first time ever in April amid a nationwide lockdown to contain the spread of the coronavirus. "This was because in compliance with the government orders all production facilities were closed," the country's biggest carmaker said.

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    Maruti Suzuki India on Friday, May 1 has reported zero monthly domestic sales for the first time ever in April amid the lockdown to contain the spread of COVID-19, reported news agency.

    The operations were suspended by Maruti Suzuki from March 22, in line with orders from central government to curb the spread of coronavirus.

    On Friday morning, total cases in India climbed to over 35,000, including 1,147 deaths.

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