Here's why single use plastic was not banned in India on Oct 2 | ABP Uncut Explainer

04 Oct 2019 07:51 PM

Here's why single use plastic was not banned in India on Oct 2 | ABP Uncut Explainer

Updated 04 Oct 2019 07:51 PM

On 15 August, when Prime Minister Modi talked about freeing India from single-use plastic from 2 October, it was believed that it was going to be banned. But finally, on 2 October, that didn't happen. Watch this video to know why was single-use plastic not banned.

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