Cracker Ban Goes Up In Smoke, Air Pollution Polarised Online

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  • Published On: November 05, 2021
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The vibrant and colourful Diwali timelines have gone grey. Social media is divided over firecrackers. BJP's Kapil Mishra has promoted #PatakhaTwitter, asking citizens to reclaim the festival by defying the cracker ban. Air pollution has turned into a "Hindu" vs "Liberals" debate. We ask doctors and experts about the bad air crisis and how the citizens need to look at it.

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