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Supreme Court expressed displeasure over Delhi Pollution, said – bureaucrats do not want to do anything for this …

In the Supreme Court today regarding Delhi Pollution, the Center and the Delhi Government kept their views. After listening to both the governments, the Supreme Court said that the bureaucrats do not want to do anything. The next hearing will be on November 24.

Delhi Pollution: On the issue of increasing pollution in Delhi-NCR, the Delhi Government and the Central Government today spoke in the Supreme Court on the measures being taken to control pollution. While the Delhi government told about the measures being taken on its behalf and raised the issue of stubble, the central government refused to provide the facility of work from home. It has been said from the center that it is in favor of car pooling to reduce pollution. The Supreme Court has expressed displeasure over the hearing held today and said that the bureaucrats do not want to do anything in this matter.Also Read – Delhi Air Pollution: Pollution is not decreasing in Delhi, all educational institutions will remain closed till further orders, rules continue

After the hearing in the court regarding pollution, the Haryana government has said that we will follow the order of the Supreme Court. The same thing has been said from Delhi side as well. So at the same time, the Punjab government said that it does not come in Delhi-NCR, yet it will follow the guidelines issued for it. The matter will now be heard in the court on November 24. Also Read – Delhi government will be formally out of liquor business

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Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, on behalf of the central government, said in the Supreme Court that car pulling can help in reducing vehicles on the roads and it will also have a direct impact on reducing pollution. He said that false statements are being made in the media that they are misleading the court in the matter of stubble burning. On this, the court said that it is not going to be misled by such rhetoric. The court clearly said that our thinking is completely clear, so no attention should be paid to such things.

Senior advocate Abhishek Manu Singhvi, appearing for the Delhi government, told the Supreme Court that stubble burning is also the cause of pollution and if its rate is 3-4%, we want to say that this is also a reason. During the hearing, it was said on behalf of Delhi that they have implemented 90 percent of the suggestions given by the Center. The Supreme Court said that there is a debate about pollution on TV everywhere and yet they are not able to understand things and have their own issue or agenda.

The Solicitor General told the Supreme Court that the Air Quality Management Commission for Delhi-NCR and adjoining areas had met and issued certain mandatory instructions to the senior officers of all Chief Secretaries of NCR states and central ministries and to the states. The commission directed all NCR states to close all schools, colleges and educational institutions and conduct classes through online mode till further orders.

All construction activities except the four exempted categories will have to stop till November 21. The commission also directed the use of smog towers, sprinklers and dust suppressants at least thrice a day in vulnerable hotspots. The commission directed the NCR states to strictly ban the use of diesel generator sets except in emergency services, the SG told the Supreme Court.

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