Plastic Bags to Be Banned In Islamabad from 14th August
The state serve, while lauding Prime Minister Imran Khan, said he is a visionary man whose center is to limit the impacts of environmental change in the nation.
Govt. to Ban Single-Use Plastic Bags in Islamabad: Minister
She said the Billion Tree Tsunami was one of the numerous activities he took for the advancement of the atmosphere.
Zartaj Gul kept up that Pakistan is positioned seventh in the rundown of nations influenced because of catastrophic events, in this way, we should be progressively wary towards the earth.
A month ago, the priest had educated the National Assembly that the administration was meaning to slap a restriction on plastic sacks in the government capital.
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She told that the service has conveyed cotton packs among its authorities, the parliamentarians, and the media staff as an option in contrast to plastic sacks. As much as 5000 cotton sacks have been created for circulation among the government workers.
Zartaj Gul included that these packs will likewise be dispersed free of expense in Jummah and Itwaar bazaars alongside different markets. The service is likewise wanting to dispatch a mindfulness battle on the dangers of single-use-plastic.