Nitin Gadkari gave a big warning about the accident in the electric scooter
Electric Scooters on Fire Accident : With fuel prices rising steadily over the past few days, the general public has been alarmed by the frequent occurrence of fires in electric scooters amid rising inflation. Union Minister Nitin Gadkari has taken a big decision regarding this accident.
Frequent accidents in electric scooters
Incidents of fire are constantly exposed
Nitin Gadkari gave a big warning
Nitin Gadkari On Electric Scooters on Fire Accident
Electric vehicles have been on fire in India for the past few days. Just like the incidents of electric scooters catching fire. This has created an atmosphere of fear among the people. But now Union Road Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari has taken it seriously. Nitin Gadkari has expressed concern over this by tweeting. It has also issued a stern warning to EV companies. Those are the default EV companies, he said. They can be fined along with major action.
Strict action against EV company
Union Minister Nitin Gadkari on Thursday tweeted that several incidents of fires in electric scooters have come to light in the last two months. In which people were killed and some were injured. This is very sad. We have formed an expert committee for this. Based on the committee’s report, we will issue outdated quality guidelines to defaulting companies. All defective products will also be recalled. Companies that do not live up to this quality. They can immediately recall your defective batch.
Okinawa and Pure EV recall electric scooters
It is clear from Nitin Gadkari’s statement that the companies will be found guilty. Major action could be taken against them. The fire first broke out in a wet electric scooter. An elderly man was later killed in a blast in the battery of a Pure EV electric scooter. Also, two people were injured. Okinawa and Pure EV recently recalled thousands of units of their electric scooters.