Delhi Pollution: In view of increasing Pollution in Delhi, These 3 Restrictions issued Earlier Have Been Removed, Ban on These Things Will Continue
Delhi Pollution: For your information, let us tell you that air pollution has reduced slightly in Delhi-NCR. On Saturday, the Commission for Air Quality Management (CQAM) removed the restrictions of Graded Response Action Plan (GRAP) Grap-4, due to which the air quality of the national capital has improved slightly. However, all restrictions under GRAP-3 will still remain in force. BS-3 and four engine vehicles are still not allowed. Whereas all schools in Delhi will open from Monday, November 20.
The Directorate of Education, Government of Delhi has issued an order to restart classes from primary to class 12 in all government, government-aided and private schools from Monday, November 20. After the issue of this order, there will be no outdoor games and morning meetings for the next one week.
Delhi-NCR has lifted CQAM Group-4 restrictions after the Air Quality Index (AQI) dropped below 400. However, there will still be a ban on private construction and BS-3/4 diesel vehicles under GRAP-3.
According to CAQM, GRAP is applied in four categories
- AQI level 201-300
- AQI level 301–400
- AQI level 401–450
- AQI level is more than 450
These restrictions were removed with the removal of GRAP-4
Schools and colleges will remain closed due to pollution in Delhi-NCR.
Construction and development work can be done. Will be able to work on government projects related to railways, roads, flyovers, overbridges, pipelines and electricity.
Heavy good vehicles and registered medium vehicles will be able to ply in Delhi.
Now, along with LNG/CNG and electric trucks, other trucks will also be able to run, as well as trucks carrying essential goods.
The education department had declared a week's holiday in Delhi due to air pollution and poisonous air. At the same time, the Delhi government quickly declared winter vacation in all schools up to class 12th from November 9 to November 18. After Delhi's air quality index now fell from 'severe' to 'very poor' category, an order has been issued to reopen schools from Monday (November 20).
CAQM has directed to stop construction and demolition works on plots of size 500 square meters or more when GRAP is implemented. In which these restrictions under GRAP I, II and III will still remain in force.
These restrictions will remain in Stage 1
- Guidelines to manage dust and debris from construction and demolition will be implemented.
- Burning garbage in the open will be illegal. Doing this will result in punishment.
- PUC rules will be strictly enforced. The vehicle will not run without PUC.
- Water will be poured to prevent dust from flying on the roads.
These restrictions in Stage 2
- Roads will be cleaned every day. But watering will be done every other day.
- There will be no coal or tandoor in hotels or restaurants.
- There will be no diesel generators anywhere except hospitals, railways and metro stations.
- Parking fees will increase with greater use of public transport.
- Increase in electric or CNG buses and metro services
These are the restrictions in Stage 3
Roads will be cleaned every day. There will also be water.
Fuel dependent companies will also be closed. Milk-dairy units and companies manufacturing medicines will get exemption.
Stone crushers and brick kilns will remain closed in Delhi-NCR.
Still in very poor (very poor) category. Meteorological Department (IMD) says. That the changed direction of winds due to Western Disturbance has reduced the serious situation of pollution. Now due to change in winds, stubble smoke is not coming in Delhi-NCR. Recently the wind speed has also increased. This is the reason. That pollution has reduced in Delhi-NCR.
The Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) estimates. The air quality will remain in the very poor category throughout the week. However, the air quality (AQI) will not be as severe as before. On November 20, the maximum can be 28 degrees Celsius and the minimum can be 11 degrees Celsius.
Superfast News Coverage By YuvaPatrkaar.com Team
Publish Date: November 20, 2023
Posted By Sunil