The fireworks manufactures association has announced the permanent closure of all the 1400+ fireworks manufacturing companies in Sivakasi, and it is expected that this might lead to more than crores of laborers employed there. Supreme Court had recently set guidelines for bursting crackers and also ordered manufacturing of only environment friendly crackers.
Following this the crackers manufacturing association had an urgent meeting following which the secretary Mariyappan said that it was decided in the meeting to permanently closed more than 1400 companies in Sivakasi which will lead to more than 1 crore employees losing jobs.
Since Supreme Court verdict impacted business of the cracker and fireworks companies they'll continue business only based on December 11 verdict of the court if it's positive.
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