Prime Minister Amarin Darsin of Punjab announced on Tuesday a two-hour time frame for the use of green firecrackers at the Diwali Festival and Gluprab Island. However, Mandigo Bindoger was banned entirely from midnight. November 9th-November 10th-November 30th-December 1st midnight. Because the air quality index (AQI) is low.
“Only green crackers are allowed in accordance with the various judicial orders passed in the report that firecrackers could exacerbate the COVID problem, as well as those orders in accordance with the National Green Court (NGT) directive. “Masu” and the official release mentioned above.
According to the state government, crackers burst from 8 pm to 10 pm on Diwali Day (November 14) and from 4 am to 5 pm and 9 pm on Guru Prab (November 30). It is allowed. Until 10 pm. On Christmas Eve, people can burst these crackers from 11:55 pm to 12:30 am.
“The Prime Minister, who chairs the Virtual COVID Review Conference, has instructed the Ministry of Science, Technology and Environment to issue the necessary notices in this regard. As a warning against these regulatory breaches, he ensures penalties for DGP Dinkar Gupta. We requested a strict crackdown on this, according to the law, “the release added.
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Punjab Government Allows Green Firecrackers for 2 Hours in Diwali, Guru Prab
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