12-10-2017 11:03 PM
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13-10-2017 01:27 AM
13-10-2017 02:17 AM
13-10-2017 04:45 AM
Fire crackers cannot be banned this diwali,maybe delhi high court will be overruled by Supreme
Court.Precaution can be taken during this diwali by fire cracker manufacturers who can put up
a warning on the box specifying the hazard on every item of different fire crackers.
The Indian Government should come up with pollution norms on these manufacturers for
manufacturing of Fire Crackers.
13-10-2017 08:43 AM
It's a good initiative by the HC, and it should be implemented throughout the country. Crackers releases lots of carbon which is bad for everyone's health. There are no sentiments connected to it. We can celebrate our festivals in healthy environments and natural ways by making the right decisions.
13-10-2017 11:18 AM
It is a good intiative by Hon'ble court to ban diwali cracker sale. Hope it is IMPLEMENTED properly without cheating. I think Deepavali is festival lights. Crackers make lot of noise and pollution.
If we want display of fireworks - we can all gather in a stadium on Deepavali (before or after - because we have to lights diyas in our homes and meet friends and relatives with sweets and savouries in our home and their home).
Wish this system of united fireworks display is followed throughout India - not only Delhi.
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