Delhi Pollution: Instructions for the removal on Ban on the National Green Tribunal (NGT) Scheme
On Thursday, Delhi air improved slightly and the level of pollution was slightly lower. There is no improvement even after the ban of the National Green Tribunal (NGT) ‘s Odd Even Scheme. Now, on Thursday afternoon, the NGT will respond to the Delhi government’s request in the Odd Even scheme. The NGT had criticized the government of Delhi for keeping away old and children from the Odd Even Scheme.
Order given to Delhi government.
Apart from this, the Environment Pollution Control Authorities (EPCA) have requested for the removal of trucks and the construction ban in Delhi. In addition, the order to eliminate quadruple increase of fee parking has been given by EPCA. On the other hand, the meteorological department has warned of light fog for the next few days.
It has also been said by the Meteorological Department that the sky will remain clear for the next three days and there is no possibility of rain. The Air Quality Index (UAI) 310 was registered on Thursday in Delhi. The Central Government plans to launch the Bharat Stage (LICENCIADO-EN-CIENCIAS-VI) motor on Wednesday in the next two years.
Delhi Pollution Updates
On Friday, the pollution level remained ‘critical’ in the national capital. Delhi and its contiguous states Punjab and Haryana are hired with the war of words to burn the groundwater. Serious air quality has also forced the Indian cricket team captain Virat Kohli to appeal to the public to contribute to his way of reducing pollution in the national capital. But even in Delhi and its neighboring states, due to the bombing of acute incineration, a centralized listening agency has identified the West Asian dust storm, which is the main trigger behind the recent Ghag case in this area.
Officials have lifted the ban on the entry of trucks and have restored parking fees at normal prices. Environmental Pollution (Prevention and Control). The Authorities lifted the prohibition on construction activities but the Governor of Lieutenant Anil Baijal stopped him because this case was pending with the National Green Court (NGT).