The TN government has announced the timings during Deepawali festival day when people must burst crackers and celebrate. The decision and announcement on which 2 hours must be used by people to celebrate by bursting crackers has been announced by the Tamilnadu government.
Following several public interest cases filed in the Supreme Court, the Supreme court had given its verdict that in order to control pollution and protect the environment, the crackers must be burst by people only for two hours.
This has been strictly said in North India, that only 2 hours must be used for crackers, and a special facility of selecting which two hours to burst crackers was given to southern states, following which the Tamilnadu government has announced that people can burst crackers between 6 to 7 am, and between 7 to 8 pm on Deepawali day.
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