Artificial Rain: To control air pollution in Delhi, Arvind Kejriwal government will now make artificial rain. Necessary preparations are being made for this. Regarding this, last Wednesday, Delhi Government’s Environment Minister Gopal Rai, Revenue Minister Atishi and other officials held an important meeting with the experts of IIT Kanpur. He was asked to give its detailed plan on Thursday. Now a new update has come in it. It is being told that Kejriwal government has given orders to the Chief Secretary to make artificial rain in Delhi.
Kejriwal government gave orders to the Chief Secretary
Let us tell you that in this order, the Delhi government has been asked to present its side in the High Court on Friday (November 10). According to the information received, the Delhi government is ready to bear the entire expense of providing artificial rain in the capital. Delhi’s Kejriwal government in the capital Artificial Rain Has sought support from the Central Government for getting it done. Delhi government says that if cooperation is received from the Centre, the first artificial rain can be made in the capital by November 20.
AAP government busy preparing to deal with pollution in Delhi
It is known that these days the increasing pollution in Delhi and its surrounding areas has made life difficult for the people. Children and the elderly are suffering the most from pollution. However, there is no such plan after which it can be said that this will not happen from next year. It may be noted that according to the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), the air quality across Delhi remains in the ‘severe’ category. Talking about the present, the temperature in Delhi is continuously falling and the wind speed is also in a critical state. In view of this, Delhi government is considering all possibilities. However, to deal with the dire situation of pollution in Delhi, the Kejriwal government is working rapidly to get artificial rain prepared by IIT Kanpur.
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