Delhi News: Kejriwal Govt Takes Action in View of increasing Pollution, Bans Entry of Trucks in Delhi

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Delhi News: Since the implementation of Group 4 restrictions, entry of heavy diesel vehicles has been stopped in the country's capital Delhi. Yesterday morning, a large number of trucks were seen parked on the service lane in front of Kundli police station near the country's capital Delhi. When the drivers of Kundli police station were asked the reason for this, they informed that the vehicles were not allowed to enter Delhi by the Delhi Police. They were also instructed to park their vehicles in the service lane away from the border. In a given city, there is no traffic jam.

The air is continuously getting polluted in the country's capital.

The level of pollution has been continuously increasing in the country's capital Delhi for the last one week. Due to which it has become difficult for people to breathe in polluted air. Sonipat has become the most polluted city in the country twice in the last fortnight. Even on Monday, when the AQI of the district was checked, it was recorded around 400. Which is very high. In this regard, continuous action is being taken by the teams of Pollution Control Department. But still success has not been achieved in stopping the increasing level of pollution.

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Pollution level is increasing every day

As soon as the day comes. Sheets of smoke are visible in the sky. The weather remains like this till afternoon. If meteorologists are to be believed, the same level of pollution will remain until the wind blows. In such a situation, people are facing a lot of trouble in breathing. Burning of stubble and garbage has not been completely stopped across the district yet. For this reason the level of pollution is increasing every day. Garbage pickers also run away after setting the garbage on fire. As soon as the pollution control department officials receive the information. He reaches the spot. But there was no one there during that time.

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Publish Date: November 7, 2023

Posted By Sunil

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