Days Before Cyrus Mistry's Death, Sachin Tendulkar's Advice On Seat Belts

Days Earlier than Cyrus Mistry's Dying, Sachin Tendulkar's Recommendation On Seat Belts

Batting legend Sachin Tendulkar on Sunday recalled his interview advocating the carrying of seat belts as the perfect measure of safety, days earlier than former Tata Sons chairman Cyrus Mistry was killed in a automobile crash close to Mumbai.

He additionally welcomed the Centre’s insistence on compliance with the supply which makes it obligatory for all passengers in a automobile to placed on seat belts.

Mr Mistry (54) and his pal Jehangir Pandole had been killed and two different occupants injured after their luxurious automobile crashed on a bridge on September 4 in Maharashtra’s Palghar district.

As per the prima facie investigation, Mr Mistry and Mr Pandole who had been within the again seats of the automobile had not strapped the belts on the time of the accident. 

“It is extremely unlucky that Cyrus Mistry misplaced his life in a highway accident. It’s a coincidence that two-and-a-half weeks earlier than his demise, I had stated in an interview that carrying of seat belt was the perfect and unmatched safeguard once I was requested to checklist security measures as per their precedence,” Mr Tendulkar instructed a bunch of choose reporters in Indore.