Pollution in Delhi NCT: The pollution problem in the capital Delhi cannot be solved. Despite the best efforts of the Delhi government, this problem remains the same. This is the reason why, on Monday, Delhi Environment Minister Gopal Rai held a meeting with all departments and with the MCD, where efforts to tackle air pollution were discussed. . Not only that, it was also decided at this meeting that until orders are given by the government, construction and demolition works will be banned in the capital Delhi. However, the Delhi government has also clarified that interior decoration, plumbing and electrical work is allowed.
In addition, until December 7, trucks will be banned in the capital Delhi. However, there are no restrictions on the movement of CNG and electric trucks. Other than that, there will be no ban on trucks carrying essential goods. Delhi Environment Minister Gopal Rai said one more thing, that in order to reduce pollution in the capital Delhi, it is very necessary to get along with nature. Unless there is a strong wind or rain, controlling the level of pollution is a difficult task. At the same time, no consideration was given on Odd Even.
Environment Minister Gopal Rai said a review meeting was held today with officials from MCD, DDA, PWD, Pollution Control Board, Fire Department, Delhi traffic police, etc. to control pollution in Delhi. During the meeting, it was discussed that the pollution level in the capital Delhi is still in the very low category. Despite all efforts, the pollution is not under control. The reason is that the wind moves very slowly and there is no rain.
The opinion of experts is that even now the pollution level inside Delhi is likely to be very bad. Important decisions were taken during the review meeting held with all departments regarding the pollution situation inside Delhi, which are as follows
1- Construction has been banned until further notice. However, there is no ban on plumbing, electricity and interior decoration. Demolition will also be prohibited. All of this is done to stop the dust.
2- Trucks bringing them to Delhi will be banned until December 7. However, trucks carrying basic necessities, electric and CNG trucks may come.
3- The third phase of Red Light On Gaadi Off is now extended from December 3 to 18.
4- The workers involved in the construction will receive 5,000 from the government.
5- From today 14 Major Colony, where the Delhi government has apartments, from 8:30 am the bus will run to the Secretariat. Which will bring Delhi government personnel back to the settlements in the evening.
6- In these settlements, a bus service was launched in 14 settlements like Gulabi Bagh, Mayur Vihar Phase-2, Motia Khan, Timarpur, Hari Nagar, Nimdi Colony, Ashok Vihar, Vikaspuri, Vasant Kunj, Karkardooma etc.
7- Schools, colleges and institutes are open inside Delhi from today.
8- Government offices are open from today, those who worked from home earlier, these people are coming to the office from today.
An awareness campaign is being carried out by the Ministry of Transport, an appeal is launched to all the inhabitants of Delhi so that they are not lax in the face of pollution.
If the construction is going on secretly, you can complain through the Green Delhi app.
Experts say the wind speed is very low. This is why there is stagnation, therefore pollution.