New Delhi: To be able to forestall air pollution within the nationwide capital, Delhi Surroundings minister, Gopal Rai introduced the launching of anti-firecracker marketing campaign from October 27. The marketing campaign, ‘Patake Nahi, Diye Jalao’ (ignite lamps, not crackers) will be certain that a ban on firecrackers on floor is applied correctly.
In a tweet by ANI, the company reported that the surroundings minister has shaped groups that may guarantee implementation of cracker ban on-ground within the 15 districts of the capital.
We’ll launch of an anti-firecracker marketing campaign, ‘Patake Nahi, Diye Jalao’, from Oct 27. Groups have been shaped to make sure on-ground implementation of the cracker ban in every of the 15 police districts within the Capital: Delhi surroundings minister Gopal Rai on Monday mentioned. pic.twitter.com/5NYGkC9T2g
— ANI (@ANI) October 25, 2021
15 central groups in all of the 15 districts could have round 157 members. Other than this there shall be groups shaped below the steering of 33 SDMs who shall be accountable to make sure the cracker ban.
Rai additionally requested to affiliate diyas with Diwali as a substitute of crackers. He instructed that manufacturers who can be publishing ads throughout Diwali ought to depict diyas as a substitute of crackers of their ads.
The Delhi authorities is enterprise numerous steps to curb rising ranges of air pollution throughout the time of Diwali in Delhi. Lately the federal government had launched the ‘Crimson Mild On, Gaadi Off’ marketing campaign from October 21 until November 15.
The Delhi authorities has launched this marketing campaign at round 100 visitors lights within the capital the place the ready interval is greater than two minutes. Underneath this initiative, volunteers will ask motorists to change off their automobile engines whereas ready for the crimson visitors sign to show inexperienced.
Yearly across the month of October and November, the stubble burning leads to a thick layer of smog that engulfs the nationwide capital and different areas of North India. This drawback will get aggravated by the smoke that’s emitted from the burning of crackers throughout Diwali.