An affidavit has been filed in the Supreme Court on behalf of the Central Government in the Delhi air pollution case. In the affidavit, the central government said that as a result of strict inspection by the flying squads, gross violations of air pollution norms have been identified in Delhi-NCR.
In an affidavit filed in the Supreme Court, the Center said that after inspection by flying squads, notices have been issued to shut down polluting industries, diesel generator sets, construction or vandalized sites. It has been found in this that gross violation of air pollution norms is being done at many places in Delhi NCR i.e. Delhi, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan. Flying Squads inspected 1,534 sites and a total of 228 sites have been issued closure notices by the Enforcement Task Force. The Center informed the court that maximum violations of norms have been reported in the industrial sector, which is a major contributor to air pollution, especially during the winter months.
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The Supreme Court said, ‘We have perused the affidavits of the Central and Delhi Government. We have considered the proposed directions. We direct the Center and the Government of NCR to implement the order dated December 2 and we will hear the matter next Friday. ,
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