Focus on WFH & Pursue farmers to stop stubble burning for a week, says Supreme Court
The Supreme Court has strongly reprimanded the Delhi government for the serious pollution problem in Delhi NCR.
New Delhi: The air of the country's capital Delhi is becoming more and more toxic. Due to this, there may be a complete lockdown in Delhi soon. The Delhi government has said in the affidavit given in the Supreme Court that it is ready to impose lockdown. The Delhi government, in an affidavit filed in the Supreme Court, said it was "ready to take steps such as a complete lockdown to control local emissions".
Supreme Court on Air Pollution:
The Supreme Court has strongly reprimanded the Delhi government for the serious pollution problem in Delhi NCR. The Supreme Court has asked the Center and the Delhi government to give affidavits by tomorrow on the measures being taken to control pollution. The Supreme Court will hear on Wednesday regarding the pollution matter in Delhi NCR.
Lockdown in Delhi:
In the affidavit given in the Supreme Court regarding the issue of pollution in Delhi-NCR, the Delhi government said that the Delhi government is ready to take steps like complete lockdown, but for NCR also there is a need for lockdown.
However, the Delhi government said that the lockdown would have only a limited effect. The issue of air pollution needs to be addressed at the airshed level.
Focus on Work from Home: SC
The Supreme Court reprimanded the government in the pollution case. The court said that, do not force us to order an audit of how much money you spend for your publicity and how much money for pollution control. We are not forcing you, but you should talk to the farmers not to burn stubble for at least a week. The Supreme Court said which industries can be closed, which vehicles can be closed, which power plants can be closed and what will be the alternate power supply, tell us about all this till tomorrow.
Supreme Court said - we do not care about politics, just reduce pollution
Regarding pollution in Delhi NCR, the Supreme Court said that we want that pollution should be reduced, we have nothing to do with politics. The petitioner's lawyer Vikas Singh said that cases are not being registered in Punjab, he told the reason for the elections to the court. The court asked Vikas Singh what is your suggestion, Vikas Singh told the court that a committee should be formed regarding the stubble.
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