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The climate in Delhi worsened, NHRC unhappy with the efforts of the state governments, called for answers from 4 states LNU News

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On the increasing pollution in Delhi NCR, the Human Rights Commission has called for answers from the Chief Secretaries of Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and Delhi.

The climate in Delhi worsened, NHRC unhappy with the efforts of the state governments, called for answers from 4 states

Air pollution level in Delhi in ‘severe’ condition

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Delhi NCR growing up in air pollution But now National Human Rights (NHRC) The commission has shown strictness. The Human Rights Commission is deeply disappointed with the steps taken by the state governments to check air pollution. In this entire matter, the commission has called for answers from the Chief Secretaries of Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and Delhi. The commission has given him time till November 10. The commission has issued an order in which the chief secretaries of the states have been asked to appear before the commission on 10 November 2022. The commission has also sought a report from the state governments on what steps are being taken in the matter of stubble burning in their state.

The Human Rights Commission said in the statement, “The Chief Secretaries of these states will submit a report on the steps taken by their state governments in the matter of stubble burning within a week.” The commission has also asked that details of the effects of anti-smog guns should also be given in the report. Along with this, it has also been asked to submit a complete report on the management scheme of crop residues.

It is further written in the release that, ‘The foremost organization talking about the rights of common citizens cannot sit silent during this horrific situation before the onset of winter. Despite the orders of the Supreme Court, the National Green Tribunal, the state governments are not able to improve the air quality. So that a humor friendly environment can be created. It cannot be left like this forever.

Worse situation in Delhi NCR

The Air Quality Index in Delhi reached 562 on Friday. In many areas of Noida, the Air Quality Index was seen above 500 only. It appeared between 540 to 565 in some areas of Delhi. The deteriorating climate of Delhi has increased the concerns of the people living here from the Delhi government. The air quality in Delhi is currently ‘severe’.

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In view of pollution, Delhi government has closed primary schools. This order will continue till further orders till the air quality in Delhi improves. The Delhi government is also constantly thinking about the odd-even scheme during this period. Soon it can also be implemented. CM Kejriwal has given this information by holding a press conference. At the same time, the Supreme Court has also shown strictness in this whole matter. A petition will be heard in the Supreme Court on November 10, in which information has been sought about the parameters required to check pollution in Delhi NCR.

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