Delhi will get independence from air pollution, Supreme Court has done full planning, read 10 big things of today’s hearing
Delhi Air Pollution: An important hearing was held in the Supreme Court on Monday on the dangerous level of pollution in Delhi. During the hearing, the court discussed the causes of pollution, reprimanded the Arvind Kejriwal government of Delhi for wasteful spending, directed the central government to convene an emergency meeting and make every effort to ensure that Delhiites get rid of pollution every year. ۔ A bench of CJINV Raman, Justice DY Chandra Choudh and Surya Kant is hearing the petition of the 17-year-old student. Read the top 10 things from a two-day hearing
- During Monday’s hearing, the Center told the apex court that pratha burning was not a major cause of pollution in Delhi and the northern states at present. Because it contributes only 10% to Delhi’s pollution.
- During the hearing, the Supreme Court wanted to know what is the real cause of air pollution in Delhi and NCR. The judges also expressed displeasure over the allegations of pollution against farmers or MCDs.
- To control the situation, the Kejriwal government is ready to impose a lockdown in Delhi-NCR. This information has been given by the Delhi government in the Supreme Court. However, the court said that lockdown should be seen as a last resort.
- A bench of Chief Justice NV Raman, Justice DY Chandra Choudh and Surya Kant said that the Delhi government was spending crores of rupees on publicity. In such a situation, there should be an audit of where this money is being said, what is the Delhi government doing?
- The apex court directed the Center to convene an emergency meeting on Tuesday on issues like construction, non-essential transport, stopping of power plants and enforcement of work from home to deal with air pollution in Delhi-NCR.
- The Supreme Court has asked the central and state governments to respond by Tuesday evening on which industries can be stopped, which vehicles can be stopped and which power plants can be stopped and how you can use alternative electricity till then. Can provide
- The Supreme Court has concluded that the main culprits of air pollution in Delhi-NCR are transportation, industry, transportation of vehicles and burning of pratha in some areas.
- Earlier on Saturday, while hearing a petition, the Supreme Court had given the government 2-3 days to curb air pollution in Delhi. It also suggested that Delhi should not be locked down for a few days to curb air pollution.
- During the hearing, a bench of Chief Justice of India NV Raman, Justice DY Chandrachore and Surya Kant said, “Tell us how we can bring AQI from 500 to at least 200 points.” Take some necessary steps. Can you think of a two-day lockdown or something?
- The apex court’s remarks came during a hearing on a petition filed by a 17-year-old student on rising levels of air pollution in Delhi.