Firecrackers will continue to be banned in Delhi, Supreme Court rejects BJP leader's petition, said- let people breathe
Firecrackers Ban in Delhi: The ban on firecrackers will continue in the national capital Delhi this Diwali as well. Today, the Supreme Court refused to urgently hear the petition filed against the ban on firecrackers.
'There are other ways to celebrate. Let people breathe clean air.' This is the observation of the Supreme Court. The country's top court today made the remarks while refusing an urgent hearing of a plea against the ban on firecrackers in the national capital. With this observation of the court, it has become clear that this time also there will be a complete ban on firecrackers in Delhi. Because today the Supreme Court refused to urgently hear the petition filed against the ban on firecrackers.
In fact, the Supreme Court on Thursday dismissed the petition of BJP leader Manoj Tiwari, seeking an urgent hearing on the complete ban on firecrackers in Delhi. A bench headed by Justice MR Shah said 'there are other ways to celebrate'. Let people breathe clean air. The bench said spend your money on sweets.
BJP leader Manoj Tiwari's advocate Shashank Shekhar Jha argued that the pollution is also increasing due to stubble burning. But the bench said that it will hear the matter later. Tiwari said the petition was filed to protect the interest of the public, who are being prevented from celebrating Diwali, one of the most important festivals of Hindus. The petition had sought a direction to issue new guidelines regarding the sale, purchase or bursting of firecrackers.
It has been said in the petition that the Delhi government has completely banned the storage, sale and use of all types of firecrackers in the capital with immediate effect till January 1, 2023. The government's decision violates not only the freedom of expression and employment (Article 19), and people's right to life (Article 21), but also the freedom of conscience (Article 25). also limits. The petition of the BJP leader had sought a direction to issue new guidelines regarding selling, buying or bursting firecrackers.