New Delhi, October 19
Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal requested Union Atmosphere Minister Prakash Javadekar on Monday to carry month-to-month conferences with the chief ministers of Delhi, Punjab, Haryana, and Uttar Pradesh to curb air air pollution, saying there was an absence of political will on the degree of the states to handle the difficulty.
In a digital press briefing, he mentioned the affected states have been unable to succeed in an settlement to cease stubble burning and forestall air air pollution. “I consider the air pollution attributable to stubble burning will be managed in a brief span of time. However an absence of political will is seen in doing that,” he mentioned.
Kejriwal mentioned the crop residue will be biodegraded or transformed into biogas, coal and even cardboard. The paddy straw will be transformed into compressed biogas or cooking coal which some factories are doing in Karnal in Haryana, he mentioned, including crop residue will be “transformed into a possibility” inside a 12 months, offered there are sharp timelines to maneuver away from stubble burning.
Kejriwal requested the Union surroundings minister to carry month-to-month conferences with the chief ministers of Delhi, Haryana, Punjab, and Uttar Pradesh to discover a answer to the deteriorating air within the Nationwide Capital Area. PTI