Delhi Pollution: The air pollution in Delhi is not improving much and even today the air quality index is 383 in the ‘very poor category. However, a slight relief can be said as compared to earlier, when the AQI had crossed 400. In view of this, the Delhi government has taken a big decision.
Delhi Environment Minister Gopal Rai has announced that from November 27 to December 3, there will be a ban on the entry of petrol and diesel vehicles in Delhi. However, entry of electric and CNG vehicles engaged in essential services will be available.
Environment Minister Gopal Rai after a review meeting to review restrictions put in place to tackle air pollution in Delhi: The government has decided to resume physical classes in schools, colleges, and other educational institutions and reopen government offices from November 29. has decided.
Along with this, Gopal Rai urged government employees to use public transport. He said, “We have recently hired private CNG buses. We have decided to use them to bring employees of government residential colonies like Gulabi Bagh and Nimri Colony.” The government will also start a shuttle bus service for its employees from Delhi Secretariat to ITO and Indraprastha Metro stations.
Let us tell you that along with the closure of the school-college on November 13, the Delhi government had ordered the employees or officers of government offices to work from home. At the same time, in view of the problem of the workers, the government later gave permission for the construction work.