A bench of justices A K Sikri and Ashok Bhushan in order to maintain air pollution in control ordered that only green Crackers can be only sold. Green Crackers are those is less pollution making. Bursting Crackers are allowed until 10.00 PM only and for Christmas and New year the new time schedule is 11.45 PM to 12.15 PM.
Online Sale of firecrackers in e-commerce websites like Amazon and Flipkart are also banned in India. No ban on selling firecrackers was imposed but firecrackers should be sold by only by licensed dealers.
— சாத்தானின் அரணில் வாழும் Maahaa Chamasya (@mosquitomani) October 23, 2018
— Big Polls (@big_polls) October 23, 2018
Today, the SC expected to pronounce verdict on ban on #firecrackers across the country.
Just a warning to our environment minister Mr Harshvardhan not to jump with joy when the ban is announced, like he did last year.
— ShankhNaad (@ShankhNaad) October 23, 2018
In Secular India,
You can only burst #firecrackers for only 2 hours on Diwali. 8-10 PM.
But if Pakistan beats India in a cricket match. You can burst crackers all night long!
— Eminent Intellectual (@padhalikha) October 23, 2018
SC says only green firecrackers will be sold now. Secularisation of #firecrackers is completed.
— Paresh Rawal (@Babu_Bhaiyaa) October 23, 2018
There are 365 days in a year. India's 2nd-class citizens burst #firecrackers once a year, for four hours (7pm to 11pm), in a celebration they call Diwali. That four hours are responsible for all the air and sound pollutions. The nation must ban it.
— Indopolity (@Indopolity) October 23, 2018
Does SC really think Indians will burst #firecrackers only between 8pm to 10 pm?
How many will SC put in jail for contempt of court?
What a joke!!! ????
SC will soon become rubber stamp and no Indian will take its verdict seriously.
— amphibon (@amphibon) October 23, 2018