We have reduced our consol earnings estimates by 6.3%/2.3% for CY19/20E factoring lower than expected margin in Industrial Automation & Power Grid(PG) business and slowdown in automotive sector. 2QCY19 numbers of ABB India were lower than our and street estimations, largely on the back of lower than expected revenue growth in Robotics & Motion and Industrial Automation. Management indicated sluggish offtake due to elections, weak macros being the key reasons for lower revenue growth. However, strong traction in exports partially neutralized the slowdown in the domestic market. While automotive sector has been going through slowdown, sectors like Industrial, Oil & Gas, Transportation, Pulp & paper, Education continues to witness strong traction. Base orders during the quarter were up 16% YoY, resulting 23% YoY growth in order inflow (ex-PG). PG demerger is on track, the court convened shareholders and creditors meeting on August 9, 2019. Divestment of Solar Inverter business (~7-9% of total ex- PG revenue) would be completed by 1QCY20. We maintain Reduce rating with revised SOTP based TP of Rs1296 (Residual Business Rs927 (45x CY20E) + Power Grids Rs369 (25x CY20E)).