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Intent or purpose of the Inflammable Substances Act, 1952
The Legislature of India enacted the Inflammable Substances Act, 1952 on 6th March 1952, to declare certain substances to be dangerously inflammable and to provide for the regulation of their import, transport, storage and production by applying thereto the Petroleum Act, 1934, and the rules thereunder, and for certain matters connected with such regulation.
The act is associated with the Ministry of Commerce and Industry – Department of Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade.
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