The central government has imposed a ban on seven hazardous chemicals, Prakash Javadekar told a news conference.

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Union Minister Prakash Javadekar today held a press conference on the cabinet decision. The Union Minister further said that seven hazardous chemicals have been banned in India.

Union Minister Prakash Javadekar today held a press conference on the cabinet decision. During this time he discussed the coronavirus vaccine as well as a few other issues. The Union Minister further said that seven hazardous chemicals have been banned in India.

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Weapons against corona in the absence of corona vaccine

The Union Minister said that various methods are being worked out to bring the coronavirus vaccine to the country. At the same time, initiatives have been taken to increase cooperation with Japan on cyber security and other issues. A memorandum has also been signed with Japan under this.

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“We have a few weapons against corona until the corona vaccine arrives in the country,” he said. These weapons include activities such as masks, social distance, and hand washing.

Protecting health and the environment is important

Prakash Javadekar says India is trying to send a positive message to countries around the world. In this series, seven chemicals harmful to health and the environment have been banned. Please note that Piyush Goel and Petroleum Minister Dharmendra Pradhan were present during this press conference.

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