Chief Justice NV said, “Unfortunately I am not an enlightened orator. It’s my shortcoming that I started learning English in the eighth grade
New Delhi: Chief Justice of India NV Raman on Saturday said he is not an enlightened orator and started studying English in Class VIII. Justice Raman’s statement came in response to Solicitor General Tushar Mehta’s clarification that he was not even remotely saying that only farmers were responsible for air pollution in the Delhi-National Capital Region.Also Read – ‘Schools and government offices will remain closed for 7 days in Delhi’; Kejriwal government took 4 big decisions regarding increasing pollution
The CJI told Mehta, appearing for the Centre, “Unfortunately I am not an enlightened orator. It is my fault that I started learning English in the eighth grade. I don’t know good English to express my words. I studied law in the English language. Also Read – Delhi Lockdown Again? CM Arvind Kejriwal called emergency meeting, may be a big decision
Mehta had said, as lawyers, the language in which our reply is taken can send a wrong message which is not the intention. Mehta said that he too started studying English in class VIII and studied in Gujarati medium till graduation. He said, we are on the same boat. I also studied law in English medium. Also Read – Pollution havoc in Delhi: Supreme Court told the Center – people are putting masks in their homes, impose lockdown for two days
CJI said that he is not an enlightened orator and he started studying English in class VIII
The Chief Justice said, “We want that eventually pollution should come down. Nothing else.” Hearing a plea on air pollution, Chief Justice NV Raman also said on Saturday that he was not an enlightened orator and had started studying English in class VIII. Justice Raman’s statement came in response to Solicitor General Tushar Mehta’s clarification that he was not even remotely saying that only farmers were responsible for air pollution in the Delhi-National Capital Region. The bench also included Justice DY Chandrachud and Justice Surya Kant.
Terming air pollution in Delhi-NCR as an ’emergency’, the Supreme Court gave suggestions like imposing a lockdown.
Terming the increase in air pollution in Delhi-NCR as an ’emergency’, the top court today asked the Center and the Delhi government to take immediate steps to improve the air quality. He gave suggestions like banning vehicles and imposing a lockdown in the national capital.
Focusing only on stubble burning will not solve the problem
The bench said that vehicular emissions, fireworks and dust are also the reasons for pollution and focusing only on stubble burning will not solve the problem. He said, it seems from your point that only farmers are responsible for this pollution. seventy percent. First the people of Delhi should be controlled. Where is the effective system to control fireworks, vehicular pollution etc.
You tell us how to bring AQI from 500 to 200 in Delhi
According to the bench, we understand that some percentage share is for stubble burning. The rest are fireworks, vehicular pollution, industry and dust pollution, etc. You tell us how to bring AQI from 500 to 200 in Delhi. Take some immediate measures like a two-day lockdown.”
While hearing the petition, the bench made these observations
The bench made these observations while hearing a petition filed by environmental activist Aditya Dubey and law student Aman Banka. The petitioners had requested for a direction to provide free of cost stubble removal machines to small and marginal farmers. (input language)