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  • Category: Functions and Festivals

    Diwali

    Diwali is approaching. Scheduled for celebration on 4th/5th of November 2010.
    Do you think, firecrackers are to be banned?
  • #1026
    Hi sushia,

    No one could imagine Diwali without crackers. Even if they ban, this will be a bigger issue than Babar masjid. Already fire crackers company started to load lot of crackers. We need to consider them also. If you think on the other side, already we have polluted our environment more. This crackers release most of the toxic gas and spoil our health. Also these are not the only thing which ruin our environment, there are other things like AC, motorbikes etc to affect the Ozone layer. The effect of global warming will seem incurable in another ten years and then the government should think about all the factors which is against our health and find the proper alternatives.

    With regards,
    V.Nelson.

  • #1027
    If we can reduce the pollution completely by banning fire crackers, ok then we can at least try that. But crackers contribute only certain percentage of polluting the air.Damage to the Ozone layer is caused due to the over exploitation of nature and its resources. Diwali without crackers will be like a sweet without sugar.


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