Firecrackers completely banned in Mumbai; Important instructions given by the BMC
The crowds and pollution on the eve of Diwali are expected to deepen the crisis in Corona. Against this backdrop, Mumbai Municipal Corporation issued regulations regarding firecrackers. Accordingly, it has been banned to set off firecrackers or fireworks in the municipal area.
MUMBAI: The crowds and pollution on the eve of Diwali are expected to deepen the crisis in Corona. Against this backdrop, Mumbai Municipal Corporation issued regulations regarding firecrackers. Accordingly, it has been banned to set off firecrackers or fireworks in the municipal area.
With Diwali fast approaching, people are flocking to the streets and markets of Mumbai for shopping. There are violations like not wearing masks, not following social norms. Seeing the congestion on the streets of Mumbai, Mumbai Municipal Corporation has immediately issued rules. Also, on the day of Khadija, the sister should wave to the brother, if possible, to use online media, the municipality has mentioned.
Meanwhile, the sanitizer used to clean hands in connection with the corona is likely to be flammable. With this in mind, make sure that hand sanitizers are not used when lighting Diwali lights, setting off limited fireworks, and setting off firecrackers. Avoid contact with sanitizer or use sanitizer on this occasion. The municipality has also given instructions not to carry a bottle or capsule of sanitizer.
Covid-19 Infected patients have major respiratory problems and are more likely to have low oxygen levels; Considering this and the fact that the smoke of firecrackers can cause inconvenience to the patients, no firecrackers of any kind can be set off in public places, private premises, etc. in the Mumbai Municipal Corporation area or similar fireworks can not be set up anywhere in the Municipal Corporation area. Only flowers and pomegranates are allowed on private premises on the evening of Lakshmi Puja.
No firecrackers of any kind may be set off by hotels, clubs, gyms, institutions, business premises, various groups, etc. and in the premises belonging to them, or similar fireworks and related events.
Important precaution against covid This Diwali, when making rangoli or lighting lamps near the door, a bucket full of water and soap should be kept near the door. So that every person who enters the house can enter the house by washing his hands, feet, and face properly.
Avoid going to the house of acquaintances/relatives for Farala during Diwali. Happy Diwali should be given by telephone or online video conferencing.
On the day of Khadija, the sister should wave to the brother through the online video conferencing, while the brother should also wave online. If you need to go out for Diwali shopping, it is best to go to less crowded and less crowded places.