A departmental enquiry has been initiated, the official said.
Aggarwal said all his savings had gone down the drain, "much like other thousands of small and big shopkeepers" selling crackers. Refusing to revisit the ban order, Justice Sikri and Justice Bhushan said: "We are not entering into any debate. the court has not stopped you from celebrating any festival".
According to a video which is being circulated on Whatsapp, the protesters are seen bursting crackers on Bhagwan Das Road and outside one of the Gates while chanting Jai Sri Ram with the police initially looking on.
Fourteen people, including three women, were detained for bursting firecrackers outside the Supreme Court to protest the temporary ban on the sale of firecrackers.
He planned to sell the crackers at double the price as there is ban on the sale of fire crackers in the NCR area including Noida, Khan claimed. "After all Diwali is a festival children wait for the entire year to burst crackers and enjoy", he said.
The Supreme Court's decision to ban the sale of crackers during Diwali has become a highly contentious issue. However, on October 9, the Court had ordered that its order of September 12 lifting the ban, would come into effect only from November 1 thereby retaining the ban for Diwali.
"We are following the SC guidelines against shopkeepers found illegally selling firecrackers and are also taking action as per the law".
The court, in its last year's direction, had suspended all licenses which permits sale of fireworks, wholesale and retail within the territory of NCR till further orders.
The Programme included an anti-fire Cracker Campaign by the Eco-club students, who also an anti-firecracker rally and a Clean Delhi Campaign.
"Going by these considerations, we are of the opinion that the judgment dated September 12, 2017 passed by this court should be made effective only from November 1, 2017".
Many also said that it would only lead to rise in discreet sale of firecrackers and said that instead of being selective only for Diwali, there should be a blanket ban on firecrackers for all festivals celebrated in Delhi-NCR.