Fire Crackers Won't Be Sold Till November 1 In Delhi

Fire Crackers Won't Be Sold Till November 1 In Delhi

Fire Crackers Won't Be Sold Till November 1 In Delhi

The court passed this order, reimposing its earlier order of 11 November 2016, suspending the sale of firecrackers so as to test the suspension order and ascertain its positive effect on the air quality of the NCR region, particularly during the Diwali period.

"We are pained to hear that some people are trying to give a communal color to our order".

The apex court has also said that it is perturbed by the communal colour given to the order, according to media reports.

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Last week when the Supreme Court of India banned the sale of cracker in the Delhi-NCR until November 1, "Hum Hain Rahi Pyar Ke" actress got trolled for hailing "Delhi Supreme Court".Juhi Chawla wrote on Twitter, "Brilliant move by Delhi supreme Court, firecrackers banned till November 1! It is sad", the court said. The traders' said that they had already procured the firecrackers, and if the ban was maintained, they would sustain heavy losses.

"The Supreme Court had on Monday put a blanket ban on the sale of firecrackers" firecrackers till November 1 to check pollution.

The Supreme Court's verdict is said to have impacted almost 400 temporary firecracker license holders and 150 permanent ones.

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At the outset, senior advocate Mukul Rohatgi, appearing for the firecracker traders, suggested to the bench that the sale of crackers should be allowed at least a day or two before Diwali.

"Sale of firecrackers which has already taken place before the ban order".

Last Diwali celebration, the contamination in Delhi was said to be very hazardous and the worst as compared to the last decade. "We have also directed the people not to use fire crackers within the radius of 500 meters from Indane bottling plant situated in Badshahpur and 100 meters away from fuel stations", Singh said.

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