Gas Chamber Delhi:- From November 1 to 5, 52 teams of the Central and Delhi government will jointly land on the streets of Delhi and NCR and take action against those polluting people.
New Delhi:- The level of air pollution in the Delhi-NCR has reached a very bad range from the hazardous and the climate of which the fear of deterioration has finally reached, he finally gave a knock. In this regard, from November 1, the Environment Pollution Control Authority (EPCA) has implemented Grade Response Action Plan (GRAP) in Delhi-NCR.
Restrictions:- Under this, all activities that spread pollution from Delhi to NCR will be restricted between November 1 and 10. There will be restrictions on construction works and legal action will also be taken against imposing heavy penalties for violating the rules.
Actually, the Meteorological Department has forecast that there may be a significant increase in pollution levels on Diwali. In such a way, the Delhi Pollution Control Board (CPCB) has decided to take stringent measures for this, as the Delhi Gas Chamber does not turn into this time as the last two years.
Let me tell you that during the last one meeting, there were recommendations to take four major steps between one to ten November. These recommendations were forwarded to EPCA for implementation. Now it will be executed from November 1 to 10.
Action On Industry:– The Environmental Pollution Control and Protection Authority (EPCA) has taken a tough stand to see the situation of smuggling in Delhi. In the introduction of strictness, EPCA has issued instructions to keep the Naraila Industrial Area closed from November 1 to 10. Actually, there are large number of factories making shoes slippers in Narela. There is a continuous fire burning in rubber and plastic in their soul. That is why EPCA has taken this step.
PCA Chairman Dr Bhore Lal said that this new step has not been taken so that the new industrial garbage can not be generated. In these ten days, the North Delhi Municipal Corporation will clean the entire litter and the litter lying beside the roads. After this the regular cleaning of the area will continue. At present, only 350 tonnes of industrial wastes are being put on the roads in Narela alone. The house of Dala is completely filled up here. This is the same thing from the last three months. That is why the fire in the garbage is going on. Apart from this, new orders have been issued to keep all the brick kiln blocks of Delhi NCR from November 1 to 10, in view of the forecast of declining air speed from November 3.
Construction and excavation work in Delhi NCR will be restricted from one to ten November.
By December 4 to 10, all the industrial units operating from Delhi NCR’s coal and biomass will be kept closed.
From November 1 to 10, a very intensive campaign will be launched against the vehicles spreading pollution in Delhi and its borders, which will not lead to jam.
It has also been given to the people to pay special attention to traffic control. This advice has been advised by the CPCB that the residents of Delhi and NCR have to travel at least from one to ten November.
If traveling is necessary during this period, avoid using private vehicles especially diesel vehicle. Use the public vehicle as much as possible.
Environment Ministry :- Let’s say who is responsible for this situation of pollution in cities of Delhi and NCR, currently the Union Environment Ministry does not have any answer. Regardless, its ministry has announced a new campaign called ‘Clean Air’ to protect Delhi and NCR from this. It will be run by the Center and Delhi government together. From November 1 to 5, 52 teams of the Central and Delhi government will jointly land on the streets of Delhi and NCR and take action against those polluting people. This team will also include the officials of the Central Environment Ministry.
At the same time, the National Green Tribunal (NGT) concerned by the toxic air of Delhi has told the governments of Delhi, Punjab, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh that help farmers in preventing pollution and make necessary machines available. A bench headed by NGT chairman Justice Adarsh Kumar Goel has directed the State Governments to strictly enforce the guidelines of the Tribunal. Said that the main reason for air pollution is to burn parali and industries should help farmers under their corporate social responsibility (CSR). Taking cognizance of the news in a newspaper, the bench was hearing the matter.