SA­GAR AGAR­WAL

Citadel - - PUNEITES SPEAK -

Me­dia Strate­gist

The step was wel­com­ing and at the same time, it led to sev­eral dis­putes and is­sues. While it af­fected mostly ev­ery­one, this was wel­comed by com­mon peo­ple like me. ut at the same time, , am also con­cerned about the al­ter­na­tives for plas­tic are not yet avail­able on a large scale. We are so used to plas­tic that it has be­come hec­tic for us to use or find an al­ter­na­tive. The ini­tia­tive is wel­com­ing, but be­fore ban­ning the most used prod­uct, the gov­ern­ment should have given a thought for bet­ter al­ter­na­tives and so­lu­tions to the com­mon man and busi­nesses. The ban­ning could have been car­ried out in phases. ,t would have given ev­ery­one an idea about the ban and also come up with other fea­si­ble so­lu­tions. 2ur gov­ern­ment is ex­cel­lent at en­vi­ron­men­tal laws, but ter­ri­ble at im­ple­men­ta­tion. o proper pre­cau­tions or mea­sures are taken. owever, the plas­tic ban has been is­sued, and it s time for us to work to­wards a clean and green en­vi­ron­ment.

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