Indian Government asked the ARAI to submit the complete report of Volkswagen scandal by investigating of emission norms. The Heavy Industries Ministry looks for clarification of emission issue of Volkswagen and asked the ARAI to investigate whether the Indian-specific models will hold faulty emission norms or not and submit a detailed report by September 30 (Wednesday). The union minister said the emission norms used in Indian Volkswagen models are different from other global countries. However, the government has needs justification as the rumor was spread in India about the Volkswagen scandal issue raised by the US EPA.
Volkswagen has stated that the Investigation about the fault emission norms is still running when ARAI contacted. ARAI will work under the guidelines of the Heavy Industries Ministry and the testing agency has technical expertise to check the regulations of vehicles, said Rashmi Urdhwareshe, director of ARAI. The special software that concerns irregular emission norms used in almost 11million vehicles around the world. Following India, the diesel cars of Volkswagen, specially VW Golf, Jetta, Passat, Audi A3 facing investigation the UK, Italy, Canada, France, Germany and South Korea.
The government gives total rights to ARAI to take samples of regulators for investigating. If the Volkswagen products have found the faulty software then the Government will take the crucial action on the company, said Anant Geete, Union heavy Industries Ministry. Volkswagen has penalized USD 18 billion from the US EPA when it has confirmed the regulator software, which is used for controlling pollution levels, has toxic emissions.
When received a statement from the Government of India, the ARAI has immediately started the investigation process about the issue and the agency will definitely submit the report on time by testing the regulator software, ARAI director said.
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