SC scolds Kejriwal government over pollution

New Delhi: The Supreme Court has once again slammed the Delhi government over pollution. The court has asked the Delhi government why schools were opened amidst pollution. In fact, Delhi-Noida is not taking the name of reducing pollution. Air quality in Delhi was also recorded in the 'very poor' category on Thursday. During the hearing, Justice Suryakant has also slammed the government for the performance of the youth.

In fact, on behalf of the Delhi government, some youths stood on the side of the road and gave a message to 'turn off the engine of the car' at the red light. These posters also had a picture of Arvind Kejriwal. Chief Justice (CJI) NV Ramanna said, "You are saying that you applied for work from home, closed schools. But all this is not visible. The apex court said that you are submitting affidavits every day, reports, committee reports are all given. But what's happening on the ground. The court asked what happened to you who had formed the task force. How many people are from the Delhi government and how many of the Central Government are there?

The apex court said, "Tell me why the youth were made to stand with these banners in the middle of the streets. Did he come here to preach to you? Someone should consider their health. On this, advocate and Congress leader Abhishek Manu Singhvi, appearing for the Delhi government, said he was a civil defence volunteer. If you say so, we'll get them more equipment.

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