Come celebrate Diwali in Madhya Pradesh, says state Home minister Bhupendra Singh

Come celebrate Diwali in Madhya Pradesh, says state Home minister Bhupendra Singh

Come celebrate Diwali in Madhya Pradesh, says state Home minister Bhupendra Singh

Teams will ensure no cracker is allowed to enter and exit the district.

Diwali this year will be a less boisterous but - hopefully - much cleaner affair in and around the national capital as the Supreme Court on Monday banned the sale of firecrackers in Delhi-NCR till November 1, nearly two weeks after the festival of lights is over.

Meanwhile, the RSS has termed the apex court order as anti-Hindu. In a series of posts, the author had questioned the ban , As Reported By NDTV.

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Reacting to the Supreme Court judgment, he said it was given in view of the environmental scenario in Delhi. The minister got trolled for his tweet on "Green Diwali".His party colleague Tejinder Singh Bagga, the Delhi BJP spokesperson, has announced his intention to distribute firecrackers worth Rs 50,000 among the children living in the slums of Harinagar. CAIT, issuing a statement, said conducting business of firecrackers is a legitimate activity protected under the Constitution of India providing "Right to Work". Possibility of people buying crackers from other states and bursting them in Delhi-NCR can not be ruled out.

However, counsels appearing for the permanent licencees selling crackers, opposed the plea and said that the September 12 order, lifting the ban, was "well-reasoned" and passed after hearing all the parties, including the Central Pollution Control Board. "Firecrackers are burst in 199 countries around the world", he claimed.In a related development, Madhya Pradesh Home Minister Bhupendra Singh on Tuesday invited Delhiites to come down to the state to celebrate Diwali, after the Supreme Court banned sale of firecrackers in Delhi-NCR. "This order prevailed during the year but the impact and effect of this order remains to be tested on Diwali days", the bench, also comprising Justices A M Sapre and Ashok Bhushan, said. It went on to bring back its order of November 2016 when it had banned the sale of firecrackers.

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