Arvind Kejriwal Announces Ten-point 'winter Action Plan' to reduce Pollution In Delhi

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal announced a ten-point 'winter action plan' on Monday to defeat air pollution menace in Delhi as the forecast suggests that air quality will deteriorate soon. The Delhi government announced the formation of 75 teams for the inspection of construction sites to check dust pollution. Moreover, there will be teams to monitor pollution hotspots in the city.

The National capital has been formed teams to check garbage burning, dust and vehicular emissions. Kejriwal said that even though the pollution in Delhi is under control, it will rise with stubble burning in the neighbouring states in winters. CM Kejriwal said,

Addressing the media persons here, Kejriwal said: "I have been posting Delhi's air quality recordings since September 15, and we have seen that Delhi's pollution levels are in control. But since the central and neighbouring state governments have not done much to help farmers, Delhi's air quality will start deteriorating in a few days because of stubble burning. Currently, the air pollution is under control in Delhi but it will start rising with stubble burning in the neighbouring states in winters."

Kejriwal also alleged that the central government and neighbouring states did not do anything to check stubble burning by farmers which will lead to air pollution in the winter season. Adding that "We have formed 75 teams under anti-dust campaign to review the situation and penalise those flouting. Kejriwal also said that strict action will be taken to address the traffic jam on 64 identified roads to reduce vehicular pollution. The pollution under control will be followed to check the vehicles.

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