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Cooking will not be allowed in villages says Nitish Kumar


Patna, April 28 (The News)

The state government has thought of a strange arrangement no cooking.Cooking won’t be permitted in towns between 9 am and 6 pm amid the late spring and the individuals who damage the request can be imprisoned for up to two years.Religious capacities including fire have additionally been banned.

The Nitish Kumar government’s rationale is that overwhelming winds are getting sparkles from cooking fires and touching off straw huts.The mo

t recent occurrence occurred in the Begusarai area two days prior, when more than 300 cottages were smoldered.

The quantity of flame occurrences in Bihar have gone up because of the burning summer.”The point is that many lives are at danger. The request has just been given after an itemized study on exactly how the flames began. The prison term depends on a law on debacle administration,” says Vyasji, the Bihar government official accountable for taking care of fiascos.

At a town in Bihar’s Jehanabad, Satender Bind, who lost his hovel in a late fire, says: “It sounds fine however I consider what number of individuals will tail it. There are viable challenges. Be that as it may, yes… I lost my home in a flame and it began from somebody’s cooking.”Policemen at the town say authorizing such a request is troublesome however the risk of discipline may goad villagers to tail it all alone.


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