During Christmas, and New Year, green crackers can be used from 11:55 pm to 12:30 am only at places where air quality is 'moderate' or below, the NGT said.
The MP's aide said Kiya died around 2 am on Tuesday at the city hospital where she was admitted following the incident on Monday afternoon.
The Delhi government had on November 5 banned the sale and use of all kinds of firecrackers in the city till November 30.
Officials said that mere police action is not enough, and residents should pledge to comply with the restrictions as it is for the public good.
In the modified order, the state government clearly recorded that packing of green crackers has a logo of CSIR-NEERI and PESCO as well as QR coding system.
Following the High Court directions on Thursday, Chief Secretary Somesh Kumar issued orders banning the sale and the use of fireworks this morning.
On being informed about the ban, he refused to believe it and seemed confident that his stall would not be affected.
The Punjab government though has spared Amritsar, Jalandhar, Khanna and Ludhiana from a complete ban on firecrackers despite the fact that these cities fall in the poor air quality category.
The prohibition has been imposed in exercise of the power conferred under the Disaster Management Act, 2005, Chief Secretary J Alam said in a notification issued on Tuesday.
The decision has been taken in view of high pollution in the city with the air quality being in the "poor" category, the board said in an order on Tuesday.
The Calcutta High Court has banned the sale and bursting of firecrackers during Kali Puja and other upcoming festivals.
The traders said temporary licences were issued by authorities for up to 650 kg of firecrackers but normally they purchase 400-500 kg in view of safety and demand in the market.
While Himanta Biswa Sarma downplayed the ban, he, however, urged the people to exercise self- restraint amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The traders and shopkeepers in Jama Masjid and Sadar Bazar areas said the stock was meant for a brisk sale on Diwali, Chhath, Gurupurab and the coming marriage season.
In a circular, the BMC also appealed citizens to celebrate Diwali with due precaution and by following COVID-19 protocol.