Delhi Pollution: Due to the continuously increasing pollution in Delhi, the condition of the people of Delhi is miserable. Along with this, its significant impact is being seen in the areas of Delhi NCR also. People are facing serious diseases due to pollution. It is having a very bad effect on the health of everyone, whether adults or children.
Delhi government filed a report in SC
However, Delhi government is running new schemes to reduce pollution and to get rid of pollution. But it is not having any major impact on the pollution in and around Delhi. Let us tell you that in most areas of Delhi-NCR, AQI is crossing 400.
Let us tell you that the pollution case is to be heard in the Supreme Court today. But the Delhi government has filed a report in the Supreme Court even before the hearing on the pollution case. The Kejriwal government has filed an affidavit in the Supreme Court justifying the odd-even scheme.
There will be a ban on CNG vehicles
Let us tell you that a study by a scientist has been cited by the Delhi Government and it has been said that it has had a positive impact. Also, the government is now preparing to ban CNG vehicles also.
Delhi government has said that CNG will be banned as was the case last time when odd-even was implemented. So people bought old vehicles and got CNG installed in them. Two types of problems arose due to this.
First- the number of vehicles on the roads did not decrease.
Secondly, since there was no CNG in the old car, it was run on petrol.
Delhi government said that people get the stickers installed and even if CNG is not available, they run it on petrol, due to which there is no significant difference in pollution. According to the report filed in the Supreme Court, the Delhi government claims that Odd Even has reduced congestion on the roads. Also, an increase in the use of public transport has been observed. Fuel consumption has reduced by 15%.
The Delhi government said Rs 1491.16 crore was collected as environment compensation fee from 2015 to July this year. The Delhi government said a complete ban on non-Delhi Reg taxis is not possible, but a ban can be considered depending on the type and number of fuel used during odd-even.
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