The Lahore High Court has prohibited the utilization of polythene sacks in Faisalabad and Gujranwala.

While hearing the appeal of Advocate Salman Khan Niazi against the utilization of plastic sacks in Punjab, Justice Shahid Karim said that polythene packs negatively affect the earth.

The boycott is being forced in stages, the court was educated. It has been forced in various regions as of now.

The Lahore High Court restricted on Febuary 8 the utilization of plastic packs at all super stores in the Lahore and gave them a 15-day cutoff time to consent to the request and change to elective shopping sacks.

Plastic sacks have been restricted in the government capital since August 14, 2019 as a component of Prime Minister Imran Khan's Clean Green Pakistan battle. It is presently illicit to make, sell and appropriate plastic sacks in the city.

Under the boycott, makers can be fined up to Rs.500,000, while dealers can be fined up to Rs.50,000 and individuals who are discovered utilizing plastic sacks can be fined up to Rs.5,000.

The Ministry of Climate Change has asserted that it has held onto about 2.5 million polythene packs as a component of the crack down against the utilization of plastic sacks in the capital. The administration, alongside certain NGO's, has conveyed handbags among the individuals to use.

Sindh and Balochistan stick to this same pattern. After the boycott was forced in Islamabad, Sindh and Balochistan likewise found a way to boycott non-biodegradable plastic sacks.

To be biodegradable implies that a substance is equipped for being decayed by microscopic organisms and other living life forms and doesn't make contamination. Fundamentally, it's consumed into the earth.

Common plastic, then again, doesn't get debased and remains for a considerable length of time and years, making contamination and well being dangers for living things.