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Fireworks ban: Chandy calls for all-party meet

Fireworks ban: Chandy calls for all-party meet

Thiruvananthapuram: Chief Minister Oommen Chandy has convened an all-party meeting on April 14 in the backdrop of demand for banning fireworks in temples.

“I have convened an all-party meeting on April 14, 2 p.m. In that meeting we will discuss this (cracker ban) and in that meeting concerned ministries opposition leader and all party leaders will be there,” Chandy told the media.

“This is a major policy decision, we will take a proper decision after the deliberations of that meeting,” he added.

Chandy said the government is providing special healthcare to all the patients.

“Now the situation is under control and 20 persons injured at the Kollam and seven persons in Medical College in Trivandrum. We are getting the services from Delhi, Coimbatore,” Chandy said.

“We also have told hospitals that treatments of the fire victims has to be done free of cost,” he added.

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