Delhi air high quality: 1,000 extra CNG buses to curb vehicular air pollution
The Delhi authorities will rent 1,000 personal CNG-run buses to reinforce the general public transport system as an emergency measure aimed toward curbing vehicular air pollution, in line with Setting Minister Gopal Rai. The method to rent the buses will start on Thursday.
Rai was talking after a gathering with officers of various authorities departments on Wednesday to debate the implementation of the instructions issued by the Fee for Air High quality Administration (CAQM) late on Tuesday to cope with rising air air pollution ranges.
Contemplating odd-even, says Haryana CM Manohar Lal Khattar on air pollution
Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar Wednesday stated the federal government was contemplating implementing an odd-even rule for autos if a consensus was reached, amid the rising air air pollution in Delhi-NCR.
“Air pollution is a matter of grave concern. We’re having discussions on whether or not to implement the odd-even rule. If there’s consensus amongst all businesses, we are going to implement it,” stated CM after chairing the month-to-month assembly of district public relations and grievance redressal committee assembly at Attire Home at Sector 44, Gurgaon.