Diwali News: In Gujarat, Gujaratis are chanting Diwali to celebrate Diwali. The state government has set a time limit for setting off firecrackers during the Diwali festival.
According to a government announcement, fireworks can be set off in the state only from 8 pm to 10 pm. Fireworks are also banned in public. According to information received, the state government has issued a notification regarding the firing of firecrackers as per the order of the Supreme Court during the Diwali festival. Accordingly, the import of fireworks from abroad has been banned.
In addition, information has been given about the ban on online sale of fireworks and the timing of crackers. According to the announcement made by the Gujarat government, only green and recognized fireworks are allowed to be produced and sold. All other types of fireworks and sales have been banned by the Supreme Court. With this, only licensed traders will be able to sell fireworks.
Diwali News The government has allowed the production and sale of green-recognized fireworks, which emit less emissions, according to a government announcement. The production and sale of all types of fireworks except this has been banned by the Supreme Court. Noisy fireworks are also banned.
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In addition, all e-commerce websites have been banned from selling all types of fireworks online. The Supreme Court has banned the use of barium to make fireworks. Also Diwali and other festivals in which fireworks are set off. Fireworks can be set off only for 8 to 10 hours at night. As well as during the Christmas and New Year festivities, fireworks can be set off from 11.55 to 12.30 at night.