How the auto industry is fighting back

An auto industry battle has broken out in India, with the government and industry groups opposing the introduction of a new industry regulation.

The industry’s opposition comes as the government moves to introduce a new Auto Insurance Regulations (Amendment) Bill.

This will allow the insurance companies to issue new insurance for new vehicles, as well as restrict sales of vehicles to certain drivers.

India is the largest auto market in the world and the industry is already one of the world’s largest.

But a few weeks ago, the government announced that a new regulation, which would ban sales of new cars to those under the age of 30, would be introduced in the upcoming months.

The move has created confusion and controversy in India’s auto market.

The law requires all new vehicles sold in the country to be registered with the insurance company.

That includes vehicles sold for less than 10,000 rupees ($11,000) or for those that do not have a licence plate.

The government has not given an exact date for the introduction, but it is likely to be in the second half of this year. 

Critics of the proposed regulations say it will lead to higher insurance premiums for the consumers and that the new regulations will increase the cost of buying a new car.

The opposition says the government has done little to address the problem of young drivers who often do not register their cars with the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority (IRDA).

This law would only make things worse.

“The proposed law will make it very difficult for young drivers to buy a new vehicle,” said Prashant Kumar, an adviser to the India Automobile Manufacturers Association.

The law has been met with criticism from some quarters, including the opposition. 

The bill is not without its critics.

The New Delhi-based group Consumers Federation of India, which has a million members, said it would not accept the law if it was passed by the government.

“There is no reason for the government to introduce such a regulation when the country is experiencing a very bad air pollution crisis and pollution is becoming more dangerous,” said a spokesperson.

India’s auto industry has been grappling with a number of problems in recent years.

In 2014, it experienced a crash with a fleet of vehicles, and many of its owners were killed.

In 2015, the country experienced the biggest auto accident in the history of the country, with an estimated 40,000 people killed in accidents involving around 40 million vehicles.

The National Green Tribunal, which is the government agency tasked with investigating accidents involving the country’s air, water and land resources, ruled that the ministry of road transport and highways was in violation of the law.

The ministry appealed the decision. 

In May this year, the court ruled in favour of the ministry, and in the meantime, the ministry had asked for additional funds from the central government to carry out air pollution monitoring.

In the meantime the government is facing another challenge in the form of a proposal from the insurance industry, which wants to create a new market for the new law.

The proposed regulation would allow the Insurance Institute of India (II) to set up an industry board to regulate the auto insurance market.

The II is a government-sponsored industry body which would have the power to regulate all of the insurance in India.

But the II has also said that the regulator would only have the powers to regulate those companies that are registered with it.

“It is unclear whether the government can even regulate auto insurance companies that do no have a registration.

It is unclear if the government will have the authority to impose the new insurance regulations,” Kumar said.

The IIS said it is open to discussing the matter with the ministry.