The comment comes a day after the company apologised for making 'big mistakes', but claimed that it met emission norms in India.

"They (Volkswagen) do not comply to the emission norms. They are also giving this in writing. We will propose further action after that," Geete told reporters at the sidelines of the Auto Expo here,after visiting the Volkswagen stall at the Auto Expo.
When asked about the nature of action, Geete said the government will decide on further action in the case after getting the company's written response.
"We have already asked them to recall vehicles. When we will get their response in writing than we will propose further action," he said.

Volkswagen Passenger Cars Board Member for sales and marketing Jurgen Stackmann had yesterday apologised for the emission issue in India but reiterated that its cars follow the country's norms and the recall of over 3 lakh vehicles is a voluntary step taken by the company.