New Delhi: Considering the safety of the passengers in the car, the Modi government has made airbags mandatory.
According to the Indian media report, the Union Minister of India Nitin Gadkari announced that considering the safety of the passengers in the car, the government had made 6 airbags mandatory, now it has been extended for one year.
Modi government minister announced that 6 airbags will be installed in all cars by October 1, 2023.
According to the Indian media report, earlier there was a proposal to make 6 airbags mandatory in all M1 category vehicles from October 1, 2022. This proposal came out after the deaths in road accidents in India.
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It should be noted that in the event of a vehicle collision, the side / torso airbags act as a cushion between the body of the motor vehicle and the passenger sitting in it and protect the passenger from the impact.
It should be remembered that traffic accidents are taking place in India every day, according to government statistics, there were one and a half lakh deaths in traffic accidents in the year 2021.