Eight-seater cars must have six airbags as a minimum: Nitin Gadkari ,

Nitin Gadkari, Minister of Road Transport and Highways, has stated that the government will require automakers to include a minimum of six airbags in vehicles that can accommodate up to eight passengers.

Speaking at the “Intel India’s Safety Pioneers Conference 2022,” Mr. Gadkari claimed that five lakh incidents result in an estimated 1.5 lakh fatalities each year. A vehicle’s airbag is an occupant restraint system that intervenes between the driver and the dashboard during an accident to shield the driver from severe injury. We require collaboration from all interested parties, including the auto sector, according to Mr. Gadkari. The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways announced in January that it had been determined to improve safety measures for motor vehicle occupants against lateral impact.

Eight-seater cars must have six airbags as a minimum


The 47th GST Council meeting will start today in Chandigarh.


Beginning tomorrow in Chandigarh, the GST Council will hold its 47th meeting. Nirmala Sitharaman, the union finance minister, will preside over the meeting. Pankaj Chaudhary, the minister of state for finance, as well as the finance ministers of the states and union territories and senior officials from the federal and state governments will attend the GST Council’s two-day meeting.

The decision to modify the rates on textiles was suggested to be postponed at the most recent GST Council meeting, which was held in New Delhi. The GST Council had made the decision to maintain the current GST rate on textiles at 5%.

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