The Supreme Court has once again banned the sale of firecrackers in Delhi-NCR. Court on Monday again banned the sale of fireworks till November 1. The court said with this decision No Firecrackers In Delhi-NCR on Deepawali, Court said that we wants to see how the ban affects the quality of air after Diwali. Want to test it. However, on October 6, the court had reserved its order on the review petition relating to the ban on firecrackers.
No Firecrackers In Delhi-NCR on Deepawali
Justice Ashok Bhushan and Abhay Manohar Sapre are among the three judges of the Supreme Court headed by Justice Arjun Kumar Sikri. In the past, the Supreme Court had ordered the licenses to sell firecrackers to 500 people, giving some strict instructions to the concerned departments, while removing the restrictions on the sale of firecrackers in Delhi NCR, but the reconsideration petition for the ban on this order The Supreme Court has been admitted. The court reserved its judgment on hearing this petition on 5 October. However, before this, Justice Madan B Lokur sent aside the hearing. And sent the Chief Justice to make another bench for hearing the case.
Let us know that last year the Supreme Court had barred the sale of fireworks in Delhi-NCR. After this, the Supreme Court of the previous days had lifted the restrictions imposed by certain conditions. However, the court made it clear that this time licenses for the sale of firecrackers in Delhi will be under the supervision of police. This time only 500 temporary licenses can be given. But now after the Supreme Court’s new order, the ban has also imposed.