The situation in Delhi and its surrounding areas is continuously getting worse due to pollution. People are having trouble breathing. Entire Delhi has once again turned into a gas chamber. At the same time, the Supreme Court is also very angry about the increasing level of pollution. The Supreme Court has also reprimanded the Delhi government and asked it to tell better measures to deal with it.
On the directions of the Supreme Court, the Center today called an emergency meeting with the neighboring states on the issue. It was attended by the Commission Air Quality Management and Chief Secretaries of NCR states and Punjab. Giving information about this, Delhi Environment Minister Gopal Rai said that the government has extended the red light on vehicle of champion for 15 days. Earlier this campaign was till 18 November, its second phase will run from 19 November to 3 December.
He also said that in the meeting, the Delhi government has made it clear that whatever the Supreme Court will decide, it will definitely be implemented. He also said that in the meeting, the Delhi government has also suggested the option of lock down. Gopal Rai said that the situation is getting worse, in such a situation people should be given leave to work from home. He also said that the Delhi government has closed its government offices taking steps. Based on the results of this meeting, the Center has to prepare an action plan to fight pollution and present it before the Supreme Court on Wednesday.
Let us tell you that earlier, during the hearing on Saturday and then on Monday also, the Supreme Court had expressed serious concern over the deteriorating conditions. What steps to take
The Solicitor General, appearing on behalf of the Central Government in this matter, said that the Delhi Government is spending wildly on advertisements while not taking measures to prevent pollution, while the Delhi Government said that the stubble being burnt in neighboring states The reason is getting worse for Delhi.
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