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Road Accidents

Data refers to state/UT wise number of persons killed, injured in Accidents caused due to Fault of Driver.
Data refers to state/UT wise number of persons killed, injured in Accidents caused due to Fault of Pedestrian.
Data refers to state/UT wise total number of road accidents, persons killed/injured, fatal Accidents due to Auto rickshaws.
Data refers to state/UT wise total number of road accidents, persons killed/injured, fatal accidents due to Buses.
Data refers to state/UT wise number of persons killed, injured in accidents caused due to Defect in Condition of Motor Vehicle.
Data refers to state/UT wise number of persons killed, injured in Accidents caused due to all other causes.
The information provided in the data refers to State/UTs wise persons injured in road accidents. Data on road accidents in India are collected by Transport Research Wing (TRW) of Ministry of Road Transport & Highways, in terms of 19 items format devised under Asia Pacific Road Accident data (APRAD)/Indian Road Accident Data (IRAD) project of United Nations Economic and Social Commission for the Asia and the Pacific (UN-ESCAP) and are obtained from Police Departments of States/Union Territories in India.
Get data on State/UTs wise persons killed in road accidents in India. Data on road accidents in India are collected by Transport Research Wing (TRW) of Ministry of Road Transport & Highways, in terms of 19 items format devised under Asia Pacific Road Accident data (APRAD)/Indian Road Accident Data (IRAD) project of United Nations Economic and Social Commission for the Asia and the Pacific (UN-ESCAP) and are obtained from Police Departments of States/Union Territories in India.
The data refers to State/UTs wise time series data in respect of road accidents in India. Data on road accidents in India are collected by Transport Research Wing (TRW) of Ministry of Road Transport & Highways, in terms of 19 items format devised under Asia Pacific Road Accident data (APRAD)/Indian Road Accident Data (IRAD) project of United Nations Economic and Social Commission for the Asia and the Pacific (UN-ESCAP) and are obtained from Police Departments of States/Union Territories in India.

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