Make life safe by traveling in a vehicle with 6 airbags, Gadkari shares VIDEO of Akshay Kumar

Pankaj Prasad
Nitin Gadkari
Nitin Gadkari

The central government is considering making it mandatory for auto companies to have at least six 'airbags' in eight-seat vehicles from October.

After the death of former Tata Sons chairman Cyrus Mistry in a road accident, discussions have started on the necessity of 6 airbags and seat belts in the car. Union Road Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari himself also insisted on 6 airbags in the car. Meanwhile, a tweet by Gadkari is becoming increasingly viral, in which he shared a video of Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar regarding road safety.

What did Nitin Gadkari tweet on road safety, what is special in Akshar Kumar's video?

Actually, Nitin Gadkari shared a video from his Twitter handle and wrote, Make life safe by traveling in a vehicle with 6 airbags. With this, he also shared a video of Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar. In which Akshar Kumar is seen in police uniform and tells the daughter's father that if you send the daughter away from such a vehicle, then she will not cry. To that the daughter's father said, what is the lack in this car, it is automatic, there is a sunroof. Then Akshay Kumar says, but there are only two airbags, why not 6? If an accident happens, Jamai Raja and daughter Tata sitting behind will be bye-bye. After that a vehicle with 6 airbags is ordered. Then the letters say, why are you crying now, it is safe now.

Government is considering making six airbags mandatory in eight-seat vehicles

The central government is considering making it mandatory for auto companies to have at least six 'airbags' in eight-seat vehicles from October. Giving this information, Union Road Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari said that this step is being taken for the safety of the passengers in the vehicles. Earlier this year, the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways had said in a statement that it has been decided to amend the Central Motor Vehicles Rules, 1989 for the safety of vehicle passengers, so as to enhance the safety of vehicles.

It is necessary for the passengers sitting in the back seat to wear a seat belt

The life of the former Tata Sons chairman and his friend could have been saved if the legal provision of wearing seat belts even for the passengers in the back seat of the car had been followed. Legally, a provision has been made to impose a fine of Rs 1,000 for the passengers sitting in the back seat for not wearing the seat belt.