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Driverless cars must not be allowed to run in India at any cost says Nitin Gadkari

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Union Minister Nitin Gadkari vehemently opposes introducing driverless cars in India, citing the potential unemployment impact on up to 80 lakh drivers.

He firmly stated that he won’t permit such technology in India, emphasizing that the country’s large number of drivers would suffer job losses if autonomous vehicles were introduced.

Gadkari added that driverless cars are more suitable for countries with smaller populations, and their adoption in India could lead to a sudden loss of jobs for 70-80 lakh people.