Report by Sandeep Juneja,October 24th, The India Post and Government Model Sr. Sec. School Sector 46, Chandigarh held another Anti-cracker Competition and discovered the inner thoughts of students studying in government schools.
“Smoke of crackers destroys nature,destroys the beautiful creatures”are the lines by 14 year old Saloni Sharma studying in Xth in the school. She says that due to Global warming, which is an after affect of smoke and pollution, we are having prolonged summers and winters now. She says that irregularities in seasons are the result of pollution. And, man as a social animal contributing in pollution in several ways. “I appeal to the people of the country to stop the cloud of smoke.”
Shivani says that we should burn crackers but at a respective distance where it doesn’t harm anyone with noise or physical injury. She added that physical injuries which are non-curable can damage one’s life.
Gurvir Kaur and Amarpreet Kaur said that celebrations may it be Diwali or Gurpurab, all should celebrate without crackers. So it might not cause damange to someone’s health. They say that it can cause asthma problems to many, lung disease, respiratory congestion, blood pressure problems and many others.
Atul Nadda and Anjali said that they give their hands and full support to the anti-cracker campaign. They voluntarily showed interest in promoting this campaign in their vicinity and streets. They say they spend a lot of time from their spare time to educate younger kids to not to fire crackers.
Sunita Sharma noticed that a there are always a few news of burning mishaps in the newspapers. She says that its always bad to witness such mishap so its better to take precautions, prevention is better than a cure.
Baljinder Kaur their class teacher had her views on anti-cracker movement. She said that “We had run a rally in the city a few days before. This rally was Anti-cracker Movement and No-smoke please rally.” For which a lots of newspapers have appreciated their initiative. By conducting such a nice activity with the India post everyone was participating with full devotion and enthusiasm.