As the nation is planning to force across the nation restriction on single-utilize plastic bags on the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, the vegetable vendors in Agartala have held hands to dispense with the utilization of plastic bags.
The vegetable merchants of Agartala's Maharajganja-the greatest market of Tripura- - joined hands against the utilization of plastic bags in the region.
"We have started an initiative to quit using plastic bags. We have carefully prohibited customers from bringing plastic bags and requested that they use eco-friendly bags while purchasing vegetables," said Laxman Deb, a retailer.
The vegetable vendors here have taken goals to quit using single-use plastic bags and in like manner gathered every plastic sack from the spot and decimated them.
Customers are likewise being encouraged by the sellers to convey eco-friendly bags for shopping.
The government has called for endeavors to guarantee the best possible collection and capacity of plastic to save the earth.
Vegetable merchants are one of the most prominent users of plastic bags as individuals crowd them in huge numbers regularly and plastic, being shabby all things considered, comes to be generally utilized the nation over.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who is driving endeavors to scrap plastics by 2022, is set to dispatch a crusade that includes prohibiting single-use plastic bags from October 2.
This was pronounced by Modi himself during his speech in 'Mann Ki Baat' where he asked individuals and retailers to dispose of the usage of plastic bags totally all over the nation.