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Stray cases of burning of firecrackers reported a day after Diwali

Delhi reported stray incidents of burning of firecrackers a day after Diwali in violation of the Supreme Court order, police said, even as the air quality remained in the severe category for the second consecutive day Friday. Police said it can take legal action against the violators of the court directive but at the end of the day it is also the responsibility of the public to follow the order . Several areas in the national capital, including ITO, Mayur Vihar, Dilshad Garden, Shalimar Bagh and Taimur Nagar, reported incidents of firecracker burning. The Supreme Court had allowed people to burst firecrackers from 8 pm to 10 pm on Diwali. The top court also allowed the manufacture and sale of only green crackers , which have low emission of light, sound and harmful chemicals. Police said a total of 40 cases were registered on Thursday in north-east district, including five in Dwarka and five in Rohini, and 13 cases were registered in South East district for bursting ...

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