The entire nation gears up for the festival of lights meanwhile I’m coming across posts against crackers. For those who sayS diwali is the main reason for the pollution,DUDE WHERE WERE YOU? When Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant was constructed. When the whole state was facing water crisis and coca cola happily granted to exploit the ground water.
Diwali is just one day 0.27% of the year. The pollution comes from 99.6% days of poor planning and regulations of us.pollution is caused by industries and vehicles 24/7 and people do not consider it a big problem, but bursting crackers for one day makes everyone go mad regarding its pollution. if you really Wanna make ” create a pollution free environment” then don’t prefer four wheeler for single person, two-wheeler for short distance… some says bursting crackers effects animals, so sledging the animal and eating mutton briyani and using leather products is all right? what discourse in their own thought.. i don’t get it…
Celebrities who posted #bancrackers#pollutionfree… they burst crackers for their wedding celebration, movie promotion, new year parties…
And the actress who said #saveanimals#bancrackes.. They were the one who acted on the ads of promoting leather bags
shoes. Problems are these celebrities consider only dog and cats as animals, goats, hen and other species are not animals for them. i would say they should publish their scientific definition of animals.
Diwali without crackers is like christmas without tree, bakr-eid without goats, holi without colors.
let us celebrate this festival the way we want to. It is our tradition, we have been following for 300 years.
Many 90s kids would fondly recall going to shop with their parents to choose their tikili guns, loading them with tiny gun powder – covered rolls and fired them. Remember how we put an “atom bomb” under a tin can and watched it fly, bit by bit, as the bomb exploded? When that rocket you lit ricocheted into the neighbor’s terrace and setting fire and bursting flower pots seeing lights in many colors and The curiosity of bursting crackers with neighbors and relatives made us happy. It’s all the beautiful memories. These are the moments when our families neighbours get together and bursting crackers and go back to our childhood. A large group of people is still living under the poverty line. They cannot go to an expensive restaurant, throw parties at home or even buy a lot of clothes in the festive seasons. But almost everyone can afford to buy Diwali crackers and this is why they will always have a big role in India’s festive season.
i have to say, banning crackers are not a good idea. Please, think about the those 700,000 workers of sivakasi who have no other option but to depend on cracker business.The economy of the whole district depending on the cracker business.
despite this ban, Chinese fireworks are being smuggled into India and sold with false labels. these fire workers were inexpensive and contained copious quantities of potassium chlorate. its a volatile chemical that can ignite and explode spontaneously. there is a politics behind.. with no proper knowledge about crackers please don’t post anything against it