Delhi government to celebrate 'Pollution-Free' Diwali in Connaught Place, Kejriwal invited people

Oct 21 2019 04:34 PM
Delhi government to celebrate 'Pollution-Free' Diwali in Connaught Place, Kejriwal invited people

New Delhi: As part of efforts to control air pollution, the Delhi government is organizing a grand Diwali celebration at Connaught Place. The ceremony will be held from 26 to 29 October at Connaught Place. The ceremony will feature a laser show and a variety of cultural events. Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal has said that 'Delhi government is going to celebrate Diwali in a grand manner at Connaught Place on the occasion of Diwali, for which I invite you all.

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This program will continue from 26 to 29 October from 6 to 10 pm. CM Kejriwal further said that all Delhiites are invited to the program of this pollution-free Diwali festival. Kejriwal said that this Diwali event will be inaugurated by Honorable Lieutenant Governor on 26 October. All of us will be subordinates there. Our objective in doing this program is to make pollution free Diwali in Delhi. At the same time, Delhi Deputy CM Manish Sisodia said, 'People of Delhi should celebrate community Diwali this time. Do not burn firecrackers because it causes pollution.'

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For the first time, the Delhi government is organizing a community Diwali. The fun you get from firecrackers, the same fun you will have with the community to celebrate Diwali. Let us tell you that the air quality of Diwali is going to be very poor these days, while if more firecrackers burst on Diwali then it will reach a dangerous level.

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