High Court puts its foot down on ban of PVC flex banners


Thiruvananthapuram native BS Shyamkumar was the petitioner. 

Representative image | Photo: Mathrubhumi archives

Kochi: The Kerala High Court has issued a directive to stop manufacture and use of PVC flex banners. The new judgement has come stating that the verdict that was passed last year over this must be strictly enforced.

Thiruvananthapuram native BS Shyamkumar moved a petition on this.

The High Court order that came on January 14, 2021 was to remove the boards, flexes and banners installed illegally. It was instructed that boards and banners must not be installed on roads including highways and footpaths. The government and local bodies must issue orders on this.

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