Cyrus Mistry, former chairman of Tata Sons, passed away in a road accident on Sunday. He went to Udwada in Gujarat to meet a Parsi priest. While returning, his car hit the divider. The crash was so severe that the front of the Mercedes was blown off. Cyrus Mistry was accompanied by three other people, one of whom died and two were hospitalized.
According to the post mortem report of Mistry (cyrus mistry post mortem report), the preliminary report has revealed severe injuries on the chest, head, neck and thighs. Mistry had polytrauma, which occurs when a person sustains severe internal injuries.
After the accident of Cyrus Mistry, the government has taken serious note and ordered an inquiry. Also, the officials of the Mercedes company in which Mistry was traveling also inspected this car. But Mistry and Jahangir Pandol, who were sitting in the back seat, were killed when their speeding car hit the wall of the Surya river bridge near Charoti Naka. As soon as the car hit, the ‘air bags’ opened. But Cyrus Mistry and Jehangir were thrown for not wearing seatbelts. This caused him serious injuries and resulted in his death.
After this, the central government has taken a big decision regarding seat belts for passengers. Union Road Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari has announced this. Nitin Gadkari was speaking at an event.
It will now be mandatory for every passenger in the car to wear a seat belt. Union Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari gave this information. Gadkari said that it has been made mandatory for passengers sitting in the back of the vehicle to wear seat belts.
Now it will be mandatory for everyone in the car to wear a seat belt. After the death of Cyrus Mistry, the government today took a major decision for the safety of back seat passengers. Seat belts are also required for the rear seats,” said Nitin Gadkari.
Union Minister Nitin Gadkari said that the alarm will continue to sound if the passengers sitting in the back seat do not fasten their seat belts. Everyone in the car has to wear a seat belt, be it the person sitting in the driving seat or the back seat. Passengers sitting on the back seat of the driver will be fined if they do not wear seat belts. In this regard, Nitin Gadkari has said that an order will be issued in the next 3 days