As Maghi Ganeshotsav is coming in the subsequent few days and all Ganesha devotees are preparing to have a good time the competition.
Now, in a aid to the Ganpati idol makers the state authorities has additionally determined to raise the ban on the use of POP
On January 13, the Union Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar introduced that the ban on the use of POP has been postponed after many sculptors expressed displeasure over the ban on the use of POPs.
Union Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar has postponed the ban on the use of POP until the subsequent report is obtained. The Union Environment Department has appointed a examine group on the use of POP. Therefore, there will probably be no ban on POP used to make Ganesha idol throughout Maghi Ganeshotsav.
This resolution got here after the BJP MLA Adv. Ashish Shelar met Javadekar once more in Delhi on Tuesday, January 12, the place he defined that the ban of POP has hit 5 lakhs Ganesh sculptors and artisans in the state.
Earlier, the lockdown imposed due to the COVID-19 pandemic had brought about nice injury to sculptors and artisans. Therefore, the suspension on POP ban needs to be lifted until the report of the committee is obtained, demanded Shelar to Javadekar. Shelar knowledgeable that Javadekar had instructed Central Pollution Control Board Secretary Prashant Gargav on this regard.