The team of technical experts of German automobile company Mercedes Benz has started an investigation into the car accident of big businessman Cyrus Mistry. This three-member team has visited the site of the accident near Thane in Maharashtra. It will soon submit its report to Mercedes Benz in India.
Mistry and his friend Jehangir Pandole were killed in this accident. Both of them were in the GLC luxury SUV from Mercedes Benz. Mistry and Jehangir were sitting in the back seat of the car and were not wearing seatbelts. It is said that due to this he suffered injuries with a strong shock and he died at the accident site. Mumbai-based doctor Anahita Mody Pandole, who was driving the SUV, and her husband Darius Pandole, who was sitting in the front seat, were wearing seatbelts. Both of them have sustained injuries and are being treated at a hospital in Mumbai.
Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari on this accident Told There was a need to change the mindset of the people to increase road safety. He said, “People think that those in the back seat do not need seatbelts. This is a problem. Those in both the front and back seats need to wear seat belts. I traveled in the cars of four chief ministers. I was in the front seat and I came to know that there is a clip which does not sound the alarm if I do not use the belt. I have banned such clips.”
The road transport ministry is taking the help of Bollywood actors, cricketers and media to raise awareness about this. Gadkari had said that the ministry is working on making six airbags mandatory for all cars. “Automobile companies install six airbags for exporting these cars,” he said. E-commerce company Amazon has removed the listings of seatbelt alarm blockers from its platform. These blockers set off the alarm for the seatbelts in the cars. The company said that this product will not be available for sale on its website. Gadkari prohibited the sale of such blockers to the company. prevent was asked for. Amazon had told that it is taking action against those selling such products in violation of the law.