Delhi govt launches a chatbot, website to increase citizen participation in the fight against pollution

New Delhi: Gopal Rai, the Delhi Environment Minister, launched a chatbot and a website on Thursday to make it easier for people to participate in the fight against pollution. Delhi govt launches chatbot, website to boost citizen participation in the fight against pollution

Regarding the 'Paryavaran Saathi' chatbot, Rai stated that people can share their pollution-fighting efforts via WhatsApp at 9650414141, and they will be rewarded with points. He stated that the top 100 performers would be honoured. "They can discuss the steps they are taking to combat pollution on a local level." For example, if they use public transportation, they can share photos, and if they form nukkad teams to combat pollution, they can inform us," Rai explained. "On the basis of their initiatives, they will be given points... He told reporters that 100 people would be shortlisted and honoured. According to Rai, the chatbot was created in collaboration with UNICEF.

Meanwhile, the one-stop website will inform visitors about the levels of pollution in the national capital as well as the steps they can take to reduce various types of pollution, according to Rai.

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