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Amid the rising pollution levels in the national capital, BJP IT cell chief Amit Malviya hit out at the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) for blaming firecrackers as the cause for deteriorating AQI, asking the government to focus on 'real issues and address them.' Malviya remarked that a similar 'ban' on fireworks was attempted by Mughal ruler Aurangzeb nearly 350 years ago, which was being followed by 'modern incarnations of tyrants' who were blaming Diwali for pollution. The leader remarked that like Aurangzeb, attempts to forbid fireworks in this era would also fail.
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Aurangzeb, in 1667, had forbidden display of fireworks. In 2021, modern incarnations of the tyrant are trying to ban crackers on Diwali and blaming celebrations for pollution. Aurangzeb didn’t succeed 350 years ago, neither will you.— Amit Malviya (@amitmalviya) November 6, 2021
So, focus on the real issues and address them.
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