Recently the news has come on the internet that the Delhi government is ready to perform an anti-dust campaign from 7 October 2023 to 9 November 2023 as part of its “Winter Action Plan” to fight air pollution. One of the famous and respected Delhi Chief Ministers Arvind Kejriwal presented a 15-point Winter Action Plan on 2 September 2023. Since the news came on the internet it has gone viral on many social networking sites. Now thousands of people are very curious to know about the whole information about the news. We have more information about the news and will share it with you in this article.
Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal highlighted the need for help from neighbouring states in the National Capital Region (NCR) to handle air pollution. He has called for a full ban on firecrackers in the NCR areas. He urged neighbouring states to execute measurements restraining stubble burning, vehicles entering Delhi from nearby states should be reversed to CNG vehicles, industries using polluting fuel must be shifted to clean fuel, brick kilns must be the zigzag technique which is less polluting, 24×7 power supply must be provided in NCR. Scroll down to the next page for more information for news.
Reportedly, anti-dust campaign, 591 groups from 13 various units have been deployed for examinations across Delhi. All construction sites exceeding 500 square meters have been required to register on the Construction and Demolition portal. The MCD has launched a Dust Control and Management Cell to control actions as a part of a winter action plan to mitigate pollution. The DCMC includes superintending architects and Directors from the horticulture department and it will hold meetings to monitor and monitor and enforce measures suggested by the Commission for Air Quality Management. You are on the right page for more information about the news, so please read the complete article.
As far as we know, to monitor and enforce anti-pollution estimates, the MCD has started 383 management teams comprising 932 officials and staff to prevent the open dumping of biomass and open burning of garbage. Monitoring is going to be intensified to restrain the use of coal or firewood in hotels and open eateries. MCD has determined 13 pollution hotspots across Delhi namely Rohini, R K Puram, Jahangir Puri, Anand Vihar, Narela, Bawana, Mundka, Wazirpur, Okhla, Mayapuri, Dwarka, Vivek Vihar and Punjabi Bagh. Here we have shared all the information which we had. Stay tuned to us for more updates.