CRACKERS BANNED: Keeping Diwali and Pollution in mind, the Delhi government again imposed a ban on firecrackers

Publish Date: 07 Sep, 2022 |

The festive season is about to start in the country. Diwali festival is near. During Diwali, people are very excited about firecrackers. But every year it is seen that after the indiscriminate use of firecrackers, there is air pollution the next day. And keeping the same in mind the state government is already alert. In this episode, the Delhi government is looking strict because due to bursting of crackers on Diwali, air pollution increases significantly and people start having breathing problems as well as many other diseases.

Delhi Environment minister tweets about the ban

Delhi Environment Minister Gopal Rai tweeted that in order to save people from the danger of pollution in Delhi, like last year, this time also the production, storage, sale and use of all types of firecrackers are being completely banned. , so that people's lives can be saved. This time there will also be a ban on online sale / delivery of firecrackers in Delhi. This restriction will remain in force till January 1, 2023. An action plan will be drawn up with Delhi Police, DPCC and Revenue Department to strictly implement the ban.

Meetings held against pollution

The Delhi government is taking the problem of pollution very seriously. Let us inform, Environment Minister Gopal Rai held a meeting with all the 30 departments concerned at the Delhi Secretariat on September 05 regarding the Winter Action Plan. The meeting was attended by Environment Department, DPCC, Development Department, Delhi Cantonment Board, CPWD, DDA, Delhi Traffic Police, Delhi Police, DTC, Revenue Department, DSIIDC, Education Department, DMRC, PWD, Transport Department, NHAI, Delhi Jal Board, NDMC. Be involved etc. 

The Environment Minister said that all the departments have been assigned different responsibilities on the prescribed 15 focus points. Accordingly, a winter action plan will be prepared. All the departments have to submit their report and suggestions to the environment department today, on 7th September.


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