- The situation in Delhi is worrying due to pollution.
- Many restrictions at NCR until November 21
Delhi NCR Air Pollution: The situation across NCR, including the capital Delhi, remains a concern due to pollution, which is why the Commission for Air Quality Monitoring (CAQM) has mandated that all schools, colleges and all educational institutions in Delhi and neighboring states until further orders. closed.
In such a situation, students will have to go back to studying online. In general, CAQM has imposed many new restrictions. In which these standards also refer to the entry of vehicles and construction of buildings.
Here are the new restrictions
Now, according to the order given by the Air Quality Monitoring Commission, it has been said to work from home mode at NCR. At the same time, 50 percent of the staff should be called into the office. At NCR offices, 50 percent of people have been allowed to call through November 21. The entry of all trucks (except those involved in the delivery of basic necessities) is prohibited in the capital, Delhi, until November 21.
At the same time, until November 21, the construction and demolition of the building was also prohibited. However, the new restrictions will not apply to construction related to railways, metro, airport, bus stop. The air quality index was recorded at 330 in the capital Delhi on Sunday. While Saturday was 437. Friday’s AQI was the worst, then it was recorded at 471.
At the same time, the Supreme Court will hear the Delhi pollution situation today, the Supreme Court said that all pollution control units should say how it can be controlled in Delhi NCR.
Pollution has raged in the capital Delhi since Diwali, while stubble burning continued in Punjab and Haryana. When the Supreme Court asked the Delhi government about this, the Kejriwal government said that a lockdown may be imposed to control pollution. Later, the Delhi government also said that they are willing to impose a weekend closure.