Amazon said Thursday it has removed a listing of seatbelt alarm blockers, or items designed to turn off alarms for seatbelts in cars, from its e-commerce platform. The company’s disclosure that the products are not available for purchase on the website comes a day after Union Roads, Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari asked the company to take action against them amid a fresh debate over road safety following the businessman’s death. The Cyrus mystery was in an accident last week
Seatbelt alarm blockers, which are used to block alarms designed to warn car passengers to fasten their seatbelts, were no longer available for purchase on the e-commerce platform, the company said. told Reuters on thursday. The items looked like seatbelt clips and could be inserted into the slot to set off the alarm instead of a regular seatbelt.
Amazon also said that, according to the report, strict action will be taken against sellers who sell products in violation of Indian law.
These seatbelt blockers are priced at Rs. It was said to be so low. 249, Gadgets 360 could not find these products on Amazon on Thursday.
On Wednesday, Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari said he has asked the e-commerce giant to take action against seatbelt alarm blockers.
Accordingly Report, Mistry, who died in a car accident last week, was not wearing a seatbelt. The businessman’s death has sparked a debate over road safety and accidents in India, which killed more than 1.5 lakh in the country last year.