Restrictions On All Industrial Activities In The Capital
It is difficult to breathe due to mist in the national capital Delhi. The National Green Tribunal has started hearing the pollution on Thursday morning. In the hearing, the NGT has strongly condemned the Delhi Government, MCD and neighboring states. NGT said that you go to the hospital and see what kind of problems people are having. You have been playing with people’s life. The next hearing on the matter of pollution in NGT will be on November 14.
During the hearing, the NGT said that the hearing was due today and the order was issued yesterday itself. It is embarrassing for all the parties that what you are giving to the next generation. NGT rebuked, saying that the construction work is going on open but you are not able to stop it, such situations are created only when you say that you are taking action.
Stop Industrial Activities
NGT rebuked, saying that so far all the parties are failing to stop pollution, it is the responsibility of everyone to stop pollution. NGT said that under Article 21 and 48, citizens have the right to provide a clean environment for breathing. People are being stripped of their right to live, people are not getting a clean environment. NGT has ordered that there will be no industrial activity till next order.
Delhi High Court Strict
In addition to the NGT, Delhi High Court has also become hard on pollution. The High Court has directed the Environment Ministry to convene an emergency meeting on pollution. The court has said that the government can also consider reinstating the Odd and Even scheme.
Pollution In Whole Delhi
Let me tell you that there has been a lot of problems due to smug in Delhi and NCR areas in the past two days. The two standards of pollution have crossed the level of both PM2.5 and PM10 levels. Pollution on the Lodhi road in Delhi has gone on the level of PM 2.5 and PM10 at level 500. In the same Punjabi garden, the level of PM 2.5 and PM10 has reached 600. Talking to Delhi University, here too, the level of PM 2.5 and PM10 is more than 500.
Schools Are Closed
Schools are open on Thursday in Noida, near to Delhi. While the administration has clearly banned the opening of the school till 12 November. Some schools are opened like Gyanshri School and Standfort School located in Sector 141, Sector 127 of Noida. In view of the rising pollution in Delhi, the schools have been closed till Sunday.
Odd and Even Formula
Deputy Governor Anil Baijal has asked the Department of Transportation to be ready for the Odd and Even. Apart from the trucks coming to carry the necessary items, other trucks in the Delhi border have been banned from the next orders.
Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia tweeted Wednesday, “The condition of air in Delhi is worsening. In such a situation, the health of children cannot be compromised. All schools in Delhi have been instructed to keep closed till Sunday. He said that under this order, all government and private schools of Delhi will be closed till November 12.
Dr. Randeep Guleria, director of AIIMS, termed the condition of air pollution in Delhi as a ‘medical emergency situation’. He told that in this season, the number of patients in OPD and ICU of the Institute has increased by 20 percent. Those who have reparable and heart problems are most affected by this season. Children can cause lungs and other problems that may be dangerous for them.
High Level Meeting
A number of important decisions were taken in the high-level meeting of the Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and other senior officials along with the Lt Governor to deal with tainted pollution in the capital and surrounding areas. These included the restriction of the entry of other trucks except those who brought the necessary items along with immediate restriction on all types of construction activities in Delhi. To reduce the pollution, to reduce the number of private vehicles on the street, an order has been ordered to increase the parking fee. Delhi Metro Rail Service has been called and Delhi Transport Corporation has been asked to bring more and more buses on the roads.