Describing the hopes of celebrating the cracker-free Diwali of Delhiites, Wednesday chose a path to celebrating the noisy Deepawali. Even after the deadline of eight to 10 o'clock in the night to leave the cracker set by the Supreme Court, people in various parts of the National Capital were seen showing fireworks.
Recognizing the time-limit violations decided by the court, a senior Delhi Police official said, "Police kept their watch on Wednesday night." The official said, "Some cases of violation have come up. Are there. In some areas, people were seen burning fireworks even after the deadline of 8 to 10 o'clock. The exact number of such cases of infringement is yet to be ascertained. However, we will take strong action against them. "
He said that in order to curb the violations, police continued patrolling the city. The Supreme Court, this time, marked special places in Delhi-NCR and ordered to fire crackers from 8 am to 11 pm. The Supreme Court had also said in its judgment that in view of air pollution in Delhi, only green crackers can be eroded. Although people in Delhi-NCR were seen violating court order
On the other hand, talking about air pollution in Delhi, it has already reached a serious category, which is making it difficult for people to breathe. The government has already banned construction work in Delhi, and has ordered the thermal power plants to be shut for a while.