The Indian Railways has now followed a stringent measures for Mumbaikars and many other cities with an aim to support the Maharashtra government’s plastic bag ban policy. It has been revealed that, for the citizens who violate the new law on plastic bag ban in Maharashtra, they will be liable to pay a penalty upto Rs 25,000 to Railways. This week, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) decided to ban plastic to ban plastic bags related usage. Therefore, The BMC has deputed 200 inspectors to catch hold of defaulters and fine them for using plastic. From June 23, these inspectors, along with BMC employees will start penalising citizens and vendors if they will be found using the banned plastic items.
Following the movement, the Indian Railways has taken a massive step and launched a crackdown against its own passengers if they are caught violating this ban. Read More
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