Diwali night: firecrackers banned in Chandigarh but people buying crackers in Mohali on the border, small children are also reaching to buy firecrackers

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In Mohali Phase-Eight and Phase-11, stalls have been arrange to promote crackers. Photo Lakhwant Singh

  • Orders to run firecrackers in Mohali and Panchkula for 2 hours in the night, firecrackers won’t run in Chandigarh

The Chandigarh administration has refused to fireplace crackers on Diwali this 12 months amid the menace of corona an infection and growing air pollution. Firecrackers are being offered for the final three days in Mohali space of ​​Punjab, bordering the metropolis, from the place many people are coming to buy firecrackers.

Small children are coming to Mohali where fireworks are being sold

Small children are coming to Mohali the place fireworks are being offered

Due to the sale of firecrackers close to the border of Chandigarh, numerous people of the metropolis are reaching Mohali to buy firecrackers. Where the firecrackers are being offered in Mohali, children of youthful age are also coming with their household to buy crackers.

Shopkeepers said this time the sales of firecrackers are very low.

Shopkeepers stated this time the gross sales of firecrackers are very low.

15 retailers in the vacant grounds of Phase Eight of Mohali are adorned with firecrackers. According to DC Mohali Girish Dayalan, this time firecrackers are allowed in Mohali from 8 to 10 pm. He stated that even after this, if somebody is discovered to be carrying firecrackers, motion shall be taken in opposition to him.

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