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Delhi Lockdown Again? CM Arvind Kejriwal called emergency meeting, may be a big decision

Delhi Lockdown Again? In view of the increasing air pollution in Delhi, the Supreme Court has made a strong comment, after which CM Arvind Kejriwal has called an emergency meeting in which a big decision can be taken.

Delhi Lockdown Again? The air has become toxic in Delhi-NCR. Due to increasing air pollution, the level of AQI has been continuously above 500, due to which people are facing difficulty in breathing. Hearing a petition filed on the same issue on Saturday, the Supreme Court has asked the central government to take immediate steps. Chief Justice NV Ramanna said that in such a situation, it seems that even in the house one will have to sit wearing a mask. The court has asked the central government to come up with a way to deal with air pollution.Also Read – Pollution havoc in Delhi: Supreme Court told the Center – people are putting masks in their homes, impose lockdown for two days

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After this remark of the Supreme Court, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has called an emergency meeting today to deal with air pollution, in which a big decision can be taken. Today’s emergency meeting will be attended by Delhi Deputy CM Manish Sisodia, Health Minister Satyendar Jain, Environment Minister Gopal Rai and Delhi Chief Secretary. Also Read – Army agrees to give permanent commission to women officers after Supreme Court’s warning, know the whole matter

Supreme Court has made sharp remarks

When the hearing on the matter started in the Supreme Court in the morning, CJI Ramanna directly asked the question to the government – ​​you see how dangerous the situation is. We will also have to sit at homes with masks on. What are the steps being taken?

CPCB had said yesterday to take strict steps…

After reaching the alarming level of air pollution in Delhi-NCR, the sub-committee of the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) held an emergency meeting on Friday, under the Graded Response Action Plan (GRAPE) and asked the government of Delhi, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan to take strict action. asked to implement the decisions.

In the meeting, the state governments were asked to reduce the number of vehicles used by the employees of all government and private offices by 30 percent so that the pollution caused by fumes from vehicles can be controlled.


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