'We will not close this matter': Supreme Court on Delhi air pollution

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Wednesday heard again the issue of ongoing air pollution in Delhi-NCR and adjoining areas, during which the Delhi government has filed an affidavit in the Supreme court informing it about the steps taken to curb pollution. This hearing is CJI nv raman's bench. Solicitor General Tushar Mehta said in the Supreme court during the hearing that pollution has already come down. On this, CJI has said that pollution has come down due to strong winds, not because of the steps taken by the government. The matter will now be heard next on November 29.

The Supreme court is taking a strong stand on air pollution in Delhi-NCR. On Wednesday, the Supreme Court categorically said that the air pollution case will not be closed and final orders will be issued on its behalf. The trial of the case will continue in view of the seriousness of the case. A written reply on air pollution has also been filed by the Central Government. The Supreme Court has also directed the Delhi government, Haryana government and Punjab government, including the central government, to take adequate steps to reduce pollution. CJI said you have to manage to prevent stubble burning. Otherwise, it will become a big problem.

The Supreme Court, during the hearing, said that the Centre should continue the steps taken to reduce pollution for the next two to three days. In the meantime, some restrictions may be relaxed if the level of air pollution is less than 100. The Supreme court has also expressed displeasure over the government's stand on stubble burning incidents. CJI has said, 'As public prosecutors and judges, we are discussing this issue. But what is the bureaucracy doing?' CJI NV Ramanna suggested that officers should go to farmers in the fields and talk to them. Scientists should be involved and a decision should be taken.

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