Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?

Fire Cracker Ban

Inside Court News

Plan banning fire crackers, Supreme Court alarmed Delhi Police

Written by: Srijan Raj

The Supreme Court questioned the Delhi Police over their intentions to implement a ban on firecrackers in the National Capital A court led by justices A. S. Bopanna and M. M. Sundresh considered a number of petitions that sought to outlaw the sale, purchase, and use of firecrackers in India.

The petitioner’s attorney, Sr. Adv. Gopal Sankaranarayanan, asserted that clear breaches had taken place in Delhi NCR, notwithstanding the court’s orders.

 As part of an action plan to minimise pollution during the winter, the Delhi Government announced its intention to ban the manufacturing, sale, storage, and use of firecrackers on September 11. Justice Bopanna opined that this problem must be resolved.

According to a research from a medical expert, lung cancer cases have been rising in Delhi and the city’s air pollution levels are concerning. Adv. Sankaranarayanan quoted this report. The Centre was required by the Court to produce a protocol describing the implementation of limitations and controls on the selling of green crackers.

 The Delhi Government has once again announced that it will prohibit the manufacturing, sale, storage, and use of firecrackers as part of an effort to lessen pollution during the winter.

Case Title: Arjun Gopal and others v. Union of India

Written By

Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.


Related Posts

Inside Court News

Issues: Conviction under Section 498A IPC: The primary issue was the appeal by Sanjay Kumar Rai against his conviction under Section 498A of the...

Inside Court News

Written by: Srijan Raj The Mines and Minerals (Development and Regulation) Act, 1957 (MMDR Act), states that all applications for mining leases received before...

Inside Court News

Written by: Srijan Raj According to Senior Attorney Anand Grover, members of a group in Manipur are compelled to get relief from the Supreme...

Inside Court News

Issue – The Supreme Court has deferred decision on the constitutionality of GST on lease/rent payments until after the subject now before the Constitution...