The Supreme Court of India has banned the use of firecrackers containing barium across the country. The court said that the ban is necessary to protect the environment and public health.
The court also said that it is important to educate the public about the harmful effects of firecrackers. The court noted that children are not the only ones who set off firecrackers, and that adults also contribute to air and noise pollution.
The court said that it is everyone’s responsibility to manage pollution. The court said that the government has a role to play, but that individuals also need to take action.
Source: Jagaran news