When the infant carriage in India goes on sell in India, the government is expected to issue a circular that bans all infants born on or after April 1st from being transported in the carriage.
In the past, there have been reports of infants being harmed by the carriage as it has often been pushed or dragged on the road.
The ministry of road transport and highways has not given a timeframe for when the ban will be implemented.
India has seen an increase in infant carriage accidents in recent years due to the country’s rising population, but it remains a very dangerous situation.
More and more people are being injured and killed while riding the infant carriages, particularly when the carriage is pushed too far.
On February 5, 2015, a man and his pregnant wife died after they were crushed by an infant carriage while on a trip to visit their son in India.
“This is not just about the safety of the baby,” said an official of the ministry of transport and highway.
“It is about the dignity of the child, and about the right of the parents to give their children to their children.”
“The government is aware of the growing number of infants killed in accidents, especially in the capital cities.
There are cases of children dying and parents having to be taken to hospitals to receive treatment.
So we are trying to create a situation where all the parents of the infant are able to travel in the infant and child carriage,” said a senior official.
According to the ministry, it is mandatory for the ministry to take all measures necessary to ensure that the safety and welfare of the children is protected and the parents are not held responsible for any accidents, injuries, or deaths.
With more and more infants being born every day, the ministry has been pushing to have an effective child restraint system installed on the baby carriages.
However, the infant carriers are not the only vehicle that must be maintained for the safety or welfare of children in India in the country.
It is mandatory to ensure the safety, protection, and health of the passengers on all infant carriage as well as of the elderly.
There are also several child safety systems that are installed in many public places across the country, including in government offices and other public places.
Many of these systems are operated by private companies.
Even in Delhi, the city’s capital, there are more than 400 child safety system installed by private persons, according to a senior officer.
Another important system that must not be tampered with is the baby-carrying seat, which is used to keep infants and children in a safe environment.
Most of these baby-holding seats are manufactured by manufacturers of household goods, and these seat have a special cushion in which the child can lie on and the infant can sleep.
When an infant reaches the age of four months, its seat has to be moved so that it does not fall out, or its seat cushion needs to be replaced with one made of a material that is more absorbent, as the seat is more comfortable.
A child safety seat in India India also has a child-carry, which was a part of the old government-run baby carriage system.
After the introduction of the new government-owned baby carriage in 2015, infant safety seat seats were placed in the carriages and replaced with child safety seats.
Child safety seats are designed to protect the infant from accidents and injuries while riding in the baby or child carriage.