Given the pollution caused by the firecrackers on the special occasion of Diwali, the Supreme Court is going to take a major decision on the sale of firecrackers in Delhi-NCR. Along with this, a number of petitions have been filed in the Supreme Court regarding the sale of firecrackers. Seeing that, the Supreme Court can pronounce its verdict tomorrow.
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The Supreme Court can tell its verdict on the sale of fireworks at Delhi and NCR tomorrow ie, 23 October 2018. At the same time, the Supreme Court had said last year that licenses would be granted in police custody for sale of firecrackers in Delhi and more than 500 temporary licenses would be given.
The Supreme Court today said it will pass an order tomorrow on a number of petitions seeking the sale of firecrackers in the country.
– ANI (@ANI) October 22, 2018
On the same day, the Supreme Court said on Monday that it will issue orders on Tuesday for petitions seeking permission to book fireworks sale in the country.
Let us state that the central government agency ‘Safar’ (System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting Add Research), which monitors pollution last year, had said that the quality of air in the national capital has worsened and the situation is worse at the time of Diwali. Went.
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The poor quality of the air quality index means that people can suffer from breathing if they stay for long periods of time. In view of all these things, the Supreme Court can pronounce its verdict on the sale of firecrackers on the bay.