Comments on Pollution control arguments by Satish

My dear Satish Kumarji, A nice detailed concept by you is presented , but sir, I am having some questions & hope to find answers from you as well from my other associates please. The questions are: 1. Have anyone gone through details of pollution percentage by different sources ? As we should know that maximum air pollution is due to dust & it is appx. 22%, while by remaining all other is very very less than 5-6 % each saperatly. And no one has raised any issue to reduce dust from our all around.
2. Secondly why our court removed ban on sale of crackers in Sept.'17 & applies ban again in Oct.'17. What was the reason to unban in Sept.? Is there any conspiracy by the manufacturers of crackers ?
3. If any such ban is imposed at a particular time which hurts any community , is it suitable for social harmony ? Will it not create unrest ?
4. There are so many reasons of air pollution which exist throughout year & what action has been taken by our honourables ? I know it will be asked that no such case filed in their court, but question arises why it is not taken by themselves as done in so many cases earlier.
5. The crackers pollutes air , no doubt in it , but why it is not banned in its manufacturing , as if it is manufactured , will be used & again will create pollution. more  

Ha ha! Nice! more  
There are so many other sources of air pollution like auto rikshaw in the city, burning of Paddy, old Roadways buses. But no action were taken against these sources. more  
I agree with you fully. No body including the highest court in the land, have the guts to ban the indiscriminate slaughter of cattle and camels during Bakrid festival, where we see a lot of blood flowing around. No animal rights activists, including PETA, will fight against it, but will fight for ban of Jalli Kattu in Tamilnadu. It is the passive well-behaved Hindu, though in majority, suffers because of these kind of prejudiced activities. more  
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