In India, the Ministry of Civil Aviation (Hindi: naagar vimaanan mantraalay) is the primary ministry in charge of developing national policies and programmes for civil aviation development and regulation. It develops and implements plans for the country's civil air transport to grow and expand in a planned manner. Its responsibilities also include the oversight of airport facilities, air traffic services, and the air transportation of passengers and commodities. The ministry is also in charge of implementing the Aircraft Act of 1934, the Aircraft Rules of 1937, and the Commission of Railway Safety.

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