Yuvraj had posted a video and urged fans to celebrate a pollution-free Diwali this year. Last Diwali, the pollution in Delhi was said to be risky and the worst in 10 years.
In its order, the SC said that there will be no sale of firecrackers this year. As you all know that a few days back Delhi government chose to ban Firecrackers on Diwali and everybody shared their reactions on this news.
Diwali the festival of lights is fast approaching.
Each year, Diwali festivities leave the air in Delhi thick with deadly smog and suspended particles, and residents complaining of breathlessness and lung difficulties.
With a view to control pollution in the national capital and surrounding areas, the Supreme Court on Monday banned sale of firecrackers in Delhi-NCR, saying it wants to assess the difference to the air quality. "There is full freedom to celebrate Diwali by bursting firecrackers in Madhya Pradesh", he said.
The police will also issue advertisements announcing the cancellation of licenses, said a senior police officer.
A public notice has also been issued informing people about the ban and requesting their cooperation in ensuring that the Supreme Court order is implemented, said the officer. The Judge delivers this judgement while eating delicious Biryani & smoking a Cigar. The court also went on to say that firecrackers will be available in the NCR from November 1 onwards. Ye kaun sa maal phunk ke judge karte hain.
After getting trolled on Twitter for a grammatical mistake, popular fiction writer Chetan Bhagat is again being panned for his latest comments on the Indian Supreme Court's decision to ban fire-crackers and given a rather communal slant to the matter.
Wish they can ban firecrackers in #Pune as well. Will crackers start emitting oxygen after Nov 1? A year ago the city's high court described the capital as "gas chamber".