Delhi pollution: Arvind Kejriwal, stop politics and tackle the real emergency

The government of Delhi that was evading taking drastic steps since long has now taken the decision in the public interest. The government of national capital which was facing intense pollution has taken the decision to fight against the silent enemy. The CM Arvind Kejriwal and the lieutenant governor Najeeb Jung both held a high level meeting with the top officials of many agencies and departments in this connection.

In an issued statement the lieutenant governor Najeeb Jung has said that the removal of 15 years older vehicles has been begun since Monday. NGT had issued order to remove the 10 years old vehicles, although the 15 years older vehicles will be taken in the removing campaign and these vehicles shall be de-registered step by step. The MCD has been directed to implement no entry of overload trucks in the national capital.
The meeting ensured that the MCD to control the fire at Bhalswa, including several landfill sites, would adopt every way so that the billowing of fume could be restricted from here. The same rule shall be implemented on the work of demolition. The factories which were spreading the pollution have been closed with the immediate effect.

The fire crackers have been restricted now in Delhi; these can be released on the occasion of festival merely. The overloaded trucks entries have been banned in Delhi. Delhi transport department has been instructed to recheck its PUC Certificates.

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