Gopal Rai calls meeting as Odd-even rule to be implemented in Delhi from November 13-20

Delhi, NCR air pollution is at its peak level now. The air quality in Delhi has now reached its worst position. On this, Gopal Rai held a meeting to ensure compliance with the SC instruction on pollution. If we take a look at the current situation in Delhi, NCr the air quality has remained very poor category till 6:00 am on the morning of Wednesday. The AQI was recorded at 356 after it crossed 400 for the past several days. The situation of the entire Delhi is dire till now. This is very bad news for the entire Delhi, NCR. Now to learn about the meeting of Gopal Rai and his decisions or suggestions, read this article completely.

Gopal Rai

On 8th November 2023, Wednesday, Gopal Rai, the national environment minister claimed that the government of Delhi is going to share the entire information which is related to the odd-even vehicle rationing scheme with the Supreme Court at the time of the next hearing. He further said that, currently, they have two major studies that are related to the odd-even police. One study was conducted jointly by Harvard University and Chicago University and the other by Delhi Technical University. So they are going to share the findings with the Supreme Court in the upcoming hearing.

If we focus on the Delhi, NCR air pollution live updates currently there is a very high level of pollution in the entire Delhi, NCR. The government has taken many actions such as banning diesel buses but till now the pollution has not come under control. On 7th November 2023, Tuesday, the Supreme Court directed the Punjab government to put an end to the practice of stubble burning. The pollution in Delhi, NCR has increased because of the stubble burning in Punjab. Continue reading.

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The court has now also directed the states of Delhi, Punjab, Rajasthan, and Uttar Pradesh (UP) to stop the stubble burning. The air quality in Delhi, NCR has remained very poor for a very long time. As per the records of 6:00 a.m. on the 8th of November 2023, Wednesday, the Air Quality Index (AQI) has been recorded at 356 after it crossed 400 for several days. This news has been shared by the System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting and Research (SAFAR). At this time Stage lV of the Graded Response Action Plan has officially been implemented in Delhi, NCR after the air quality goes into the severe plus category.

Prakash Israni
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