PESHAWAR: As a way to defend the atmosphere, an enormous crackdown on the use and sale of polythene luggage has been launched all through Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) province, ARY Information reported on Tuesday.
As per the directives of the chief minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, the crackdown towards the producers, wholesalers, and retailers of polythene luggage is underway to cease using polythene luggage.
The crackdown is underway in Swat, Shangla, Buner, Decrease and Higher Dir, Malakand Division, Chitral and Bajaur.
In the course of the motion, 66 polythene luggage centre have been sealed in Malakand and three factories have been additionally sealed in Decrease Dir.
On March 7, KP Chief Minister Mahmood Khan had issued orders to impose a ban on using polythene luggage (Plastic Buying Luggage) within the province.
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Whereas presiding over a gathering concerning the ban on polythene luggage and its alternate answer, the chief minister had additionally directed to represent a committee to be headed by Minister for Info Shaukat Ali Yousafzai, which might advocate an alternate answer towards using polythene luggage.
The KP CM additionally underscored the necessity for a complete marketing campaign by means of print, digital and social media for consciousness of most people on this respect.