Ban on use of flex relaxed

T’puram: Cabinet decided to relax in its earlier move to ban the use of flex boards in the state, bowing to the demands of the industry. Making it clear that there would be strict restrictions in the use of flex boards that cause environment and health problems, CM Chandy said advertisements and campaign boards with flex would be allowed only with the legal sanction of civic bodies concerned. The partial approval was on the basis of a report of the 3-member cabinet sub-committee which looked into the matter. However, there was no change in the earlier decision not to use flex boards in government functions and as campaign material. All unauthorised flex board hoardings across the state would be removed.

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