Delhi’s environmental condition is not hidden from anyone where we all know how much high pollution levels are increasing day by day there and to protect the environment from more damage, Government has decided for firecracker ban across the entire country. This decision has also been hailed and lauded by the Indian TV fraternity where our TV stars support Delhi firecracker ban across country.
To protect our country’s environment and climate from more further damage, this decision is a welcoming relief and has been applauded by the citizens of India thereby also getting support from the TV industry where the Indian TV stars support firecracker ban across country.
On the same, the Ishq Mein Marjawan (Colors TV, 2017 – 2019), fame dapper ace TV superstar Arjun Bijlani said, “It is very important to understand the situation in which we are together as a country. The pollution level in Delhi is so worrisome. I have close friends and family there and I think no one should think of adding to that kind of pollution level. Mumbai too, as a city is fighting the COVID 19 pandemic, in which a person’s lungs get affected. The bad air quality will make things so difficult. I would like to urge people to support clean air”.
Dil Se Dil Tak (Colors TV, 2017) fame TV actor Urvashi Upadhyay Sharle said, “I think all of us should think about the atmosphere right now. The government shouldn’t have to implement restrictions. We as citizens should be responsible and no one should contribute to the poor air quality levels anywhere. There are so many better ways to celebrate Diwali too”.
Naagin 5 (Colors TV, 2020) fame iconic TV star Sharad Malhotra says, “I always believe that festivals are about family and that is going to be my focus this year too. Pollution levels in Delhi are scary and the government ban looks like an important thing to do. Even Mumbaikars should practice restraining and the spirit of the city should be celebrated more than anything”.
TV actor Suraj Kakkar says, “I believe in a green and healthy Diwali. The whole point of a festival is happiness and good health for everyone. We will not be celebrating Diwali if we know that our children and family will be choking in bad air the next day. I think the Delhi ban is understandable and I hope Mumbaikars also behave responsibly”.