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PM Modi promised to crack down on single-use plastic from October 2019 with a plan to completely ban it by 2022.
Aurangabad municipal commissioner Astik Kumar Pandey fined a BJP corporator for violating the Maharashtra govt's plastic ban. But the corporator said the item isn't listed as a banned product.
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After his Swachh Bharat initiative, Prime Minister Narendra Modi now wants to curb single-use plastic in a phased manner and eventually eliminate it by 2022.
Instead of bringing in a policy decision, Modi govt now wants a public movement to end use of single-use plastic.
Uncertainty lingers over whether Modi govt will completely ban single-use plastic. And if it does, stakeholders are unsure what products will fall in the category.
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said India will ban single-use plastic in the coming years.
The single-use plastic ban is a disguised admission by the government that it has failed to put in place adequate garbage disposal mechanisms.
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