New Delhi: The festival Deepawali is coming in a few days. This festival is the biggest festival of Hindus lasting five days. With the worship of Mother Lakshmi, the house lit with sweets and lamps, we all enjoy fireworks to the fullest, but do not pay attention to the pollution that occurs after that.
In many cities including Delhi-NCR, air pollution increases on the occasion of Deepawali due to firecrackers. This makes it difficult for people to get out of the house. Delhi- Despite the ban in NCR, there is no success in stopping pollution in Delhi completely. Green crackers will be available in this Deepavali market to curb pollution. The price of these firecrackers will also be kept low.
Union Health Minister Dr. Harshvardhan announced on Saturday that green crackers for Deepawali will now be available in the market. They cause less pollution by 30 percent and they are also cheaper. He said that fake green firecrackers should not be sold in the market and steps will also be taken for this. The Union Minister has also said that if someone is found selling fake fireworks, strict legal action will be taken against him.