AIPA & others submit petition in apex court

Neha Basudkar
Tuesday, 14 August 2018

Pune: All India Plastic Association (AIPA), including over 50 plastic associations from different states of the country, has submitted a petition to the Supreme Court (SC) recently questioning the respondents of the Government of India on their losses created due to the plastic ban.

According to Vijaykumar V, President of Karnataka State Plastic Association, the ban petition has been submitted to the SC to ask questions to the government as to how they will cover the revenue losses and unemployment caused due to the plastic ban.

Pune: All India Plastic Association (AIPA), including over 50 plastic associations from different states of the country, has submitted a petition to the Supreme Court (SC) recently questioning the respondents of the Government of India on their losses created due to the plastic ban.

According to Vijaykumar V, President of Karnataka State Plastic Association, the ban petition has been submitted to the SC to ask questions to the government as to how they will cover the revenue losses and unemployment caused due to the plastic ban.

The date for hearing of the petition has not yet been given by the SC. Akhilesh Bhargav, who is the President of All India Plastic Association, denied sharing any information about it.

Vijaykumar also said, “The owners of the plastic industry have built up their companies by using their own money and have not taken any subsidy or support from the government. This ban has disrupted the life of the employees working in the plastic industries, along with the owners.”

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