He said that a special vigilance campaign would be run in the border areas of Delhi so that illegally, there would be no purchase, sale, movement and storage of firecrackers anywhere.
A senior official of the Delhi Pollution Control Board said there is no discussion or plan to allow green-certified firecrackers in Delhi and "the blanket ban will continue".
"Strengthen the mechanism to supervise and see that misuse is stopped," the bench observed, adding that this is not a new issue and it is the executive which has to take a call on the issue.
The high court on October 29 had banned sale, use and purchase of all types of firecrackers in the state.
The plea said if a blanket ban is imposed in this season on the sale and use of firecrackers in the state of West Bengal, the sellers and manufacturers will have to suffer irreparable losses.
The directive will also apply to all cities and towns in the state where the average of ambient air quality during November (as per available data of last year) is in "poor" and above categories.
The SC had said it cannot infringe the right to life of other citizens under the guise of employment while considering a ban on firecrackers and its prime focus is the right to life of citizens.
Delhi government counsel Santosh Kumar Tripathi said the issue was coming up for hearing before the Supreme Court.
The pollution control body has asked district magistrates and deputy commissioners of police to implement the directions and submit daily action-taken reports to it.
"Our prime focus is the right to life of innocent citizens. If we find green crackers are there and accepted by the committee of experts we will pass suitable orders," the bench said,.
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A bench comprising Justices A M Khanwilkar and and Sanjiv Khanna observed that scientific studies are not needed to ascertain the side-effects of firecrackers on health of citizens.
The apex court had earlier said there is a need to take into account all aspects, including the fundamental right of livelihood of firecracker manufacturers and the right to health.