Fri. Apr 19th, 2024

New Delhi:   Indian Chief Minister of Punjab Shivraj Singh Chohan said on October 19th, 2017 that Diwali didn’t add anything to the environment, so that he would go for fireworks and crackers.

Diwali is the long haul of festival fervor is coming up to climax, to the Day of Diwali, or Deepawali. CM said, “It is the festival of lights.”

“Diwali can be called the grandest and one that is the most enthusiastically celebrated of all Indian festivals,” he added, “The beauty of the festival is that it is celebrated of all across the India and is limited to a region.”

India, every year a large number Hindus across celebrated that day with gratitude and honour by considering it as a religious festival.

He said, “Every year we did firework and crackers, nothing happens. Nothing will ever happen. If the world is getting polluted day by day there are other aspects not Diwali.”

“We wished the happy Diwali and a fulfilling and successful year ahead.”

Writer Nayantara Sahgal said, “These crackers are destroying India’s environment. We need to control those things.”

It has been reported by the scientists that due to crackers and fireworks, the atmosphere got more and more polluted. The particles used in them were completely dangerous for human health. Apart from according to WHO report the Holy River Ganga is the world’s most polluted water.
















Reporter: Syeda Faiza Bukhari











Reporter: Syeda Faiza Bukhari



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