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No hearing on petition against complete ban on crackers in Diwali, SC said – let people breathe in pure air

New Delhi: The Supreme Court again refused to immediately hear the petition filed against the complete ban on firecrackers in the national capital Delhi and said that people should be allowed to breathe pure air. BJP leader Manoj Tiwari has filed an application pleading against the complete ban imposed on firecrackers and said that the ban should be removed. The Supreme Court declined to pass any order and said it would hear the matter along with other applications later. The Supreme Court said that there are other ways to celebrate Diwali. There is a complete ban on crackers in the capital Delhi. Green crackers have also been banned. Diwali is on 24 October. Manoj Tiwari had approached the Supreme Court on October 10 and said that the Delhi government has banned firecrackers. On October 10, the Supreme Court had refused to pass any order on the petition filed in this case.

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Manoj Tiwari’s lawyer Shashank Shekhar raised the matter before the Supreme Court on Thursday and argued against the ban on firecrackers and demanded an urgent hearing on the application. During the lunch break, Advocate Shekhar raised the matter and demanded immediate hearing. But the court again refused an early hearing and said that you should spend your money in sweets etc. There are other ways to celebrate Diwali. The court said that people should be allowed to breathe pure air. The Supreme Court tagged Manoj Tiwari’s application with the already pending petition in this matter. The Delhi High Court had also refused to hear the petition filed against the firecracker ban on Thursday. The Delhi government has completely banned firecrackers till January 1. The High Court refused to hear the matter saying that the matter was pending in the Supreme Court. When the matter was raised in the Supreme Court, the Supreme Court asked the petitioner whether you have seen the pollution of Delhi?

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On October 13, the Supreme Court had also refused to immediately hear a petition challenging the ban on the sale, storage and use of all types of firecrackers in Delhi. This ban has been imposed in the capital Delhi till January 1, 2023. A bench headed by Chief Justice of the Supreme Court UU Lalit told the petitioner lawyer that he can approach the Delhi High Court in the matter. The High Court should be allowed to decide. We don’t want to go there. The petitioner had said that crackers have been completely banned. This ban has been imposed by the Delhi Pollution Control Committee, which is contrary to the orders of the Supreme Court and the National Green Tribunal as there was no order of ban completely. The Supreme Court had also clarified earlier that there is no complete ban, but there is a ban on those firecrackers in which barium salt is used.

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