SC reprimands on pollution, says 'people are choking' ...

Dec 03 2019 08:41 AM
SC reprimands on pollution, says 'people are choking' ...

New Delhi: Recently hearing the growing pollution case in Delhi-NCR, the Supreme Court asked the Central Pollution Control Board to file a report on the adverse impact on the environment of factories running in Delhi. At the same time, the Haryana and Punjab governments were reprimanded for increasing the incidence of stubble burning. A division bench headed by Justice Arun Mishra has asked the CPCB to record details about the nature of the factories operating in the capital. The Supreme Court asked the Punjab Chief Secretary what steps have been taken to prevent stubble burning.

SC rebukes Punjab government: Supreme Court told Punjab Chief Secretary that we will hold every machinery of the state responsible for this pollution. You cannot let people die like this. Delhi is choking. Because you are not able to implement the measures, it does not mean that people in Delhi-NCR should die from pollution and suffer from cancer.

SC asked these questions to the Haryana government: On the other hand, if we talk about the sources, the Supreme Court also asked the Haryana government why the incidents of stubble burning have increased in the state? The Haryana government had earlier done a good job to control the incidents of stubble burning, but now it has increased. Punjab and Haryana are doing nothing.

People are being forced to stay in the gas chamber: the Supreme Court said, "Why are people being forced to stay in the gas chamber? It is better to kill them all at once, in 15 bags at once Bring explosives and kill them all. Why should people suffer all this? Even in this situation I am surprised to see the round of allegations and counter-allegations going on in Delhi.

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