So, will you close down the industry in Pakistan? : Supreme Court

New Delhi: The supreme court is hearing the air pollution case continuously. The Uttar Pradesh government today told the Supreme Court that the closure of industries could affect the sugarcane and milk industries in the state. The UP government said in the court that Uttar Pradesh is down if we look at the air pressure. The wind is mostly coming from Pakistan. Senior advocate Ranjit Kumar argued on behalf of the UP government on a pollution petition in Delhi-NCR. He said that the industries in Uttar Pradesh are flowing towards them.

Polluted air does not go towards Delhi. Polluted air from Pakistan side is responsible for poisoning Delhi's air. On the other hand, the sugarcane and milk industry in Uttar Pradesh has been adversely affected due to 8 hours ban. Chief Justice (CJI) N V Ramana took a dig at the UP government's plea and said, "Do you want to ban industries in Pakistan?" In the pollution case, the Central government told the apex court that a five-member enforcement task force has been constituted.

Earlier, while hearing the Delhi air pollution, the Supreme Court had said that we have seen that some sections of the media are trying to show that we are villains. We want to close schools. The Delhi government had said that we are closing schools and starting work from home, but look at today's newspaper. Working from the big house and the children are going to school in the morning mist. The Delhi government has closed schools from today following a supreme court reprimand.

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