Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday released a 10-point ‘Winter Action Plan’ of the capital to tackle pollution in the winter season, in which teams have been formed to check garbage burning, dust and vehicular smoke. also includes.
He claimed that the Center and neighboring states did nothing to stop the burning of stubble by farmers, which would lead to air pollution during the winter season. Kejriwal appealed to the Center and the neighboring states of Delhi to ensure free sprinkling of bio-decomposer for stubble management as is being done by his government in the capital.
Kejriwal said that from September 15 till now the pollution situation in Delhi is fine. We have told the central government many times, but they did not do anything, so now the farmers of nearby states will have to burn stubble, due to which we will see pollution in Delhi in a few days. Appealing to the governments to work together to clean the air, he said that the Delhi government has constituted 75 teams to inspect construction sites to check dust pollution and special teams to monitor pollution hotspots in the city. Will be too.
The Chief Minister said that following the footsteps of Delhi, NCR regions would also be provided round-the-clock power supply to use CNG-powered vehicles, use of clean fuel in thermal plants and other industries, monitoring of hotspots and stopping the use of diesel generators. should be ensured. He said that air pollution is under control in Delhi at present, but it will start increasing in winters due to stubble burning in neighboring states.