Delhi Air Pollution: Kejriwal's Complete Winter Action Plan To Control Pollution In Winter

Publish Date: 30 Sep, 2022 |

Delhi's Prime Minister Arvind Kejriwal has drawn up a plan to monitor winter air pollution. During his press conference, he also shared 15 ways to stop air pollution this winter. A similar plan has been drawn up and implemented every winter since the Aam Admi Party government took office in Delhi to control air pollution. A plan for this purpose has been drawn up, and work is currently underway according to it.

Steps to reduce Air pollution by Kejriwal

  • Due to 24 hours power supply in Delhi, generators stopped running

  • Both thermal power plants closed in Delhi. Now there are no coal based power plants in Delhi.

  • Strict action on dust pollution. Heavy fine for ignoring the rules at the construction site. Created web portal for real time monitoring.

  • Now piped natural gas is being used in all registered industries.

  • Green cover is increasing in Delhi. When AAP government was formed, there was 20% green cover, now it is 23.6%.

  • Brought electric vehicle policy. People are now buying electric vehicles.

  • Public transport strengthened, new buses added.

  • Smog tower pilot project started. It has also had a good effect.

  • GRAP are applied.

  • The central government built peripheral roads, due to which trucks pass less through Delhi. They go out from outside, due to which it has helped a lot.

Delhi Environment minister’s comment

Delhi Environment Minister Gopal Rai had given information about Arvind Kejriwal's program today. He had told that Arvind Kejriwal will announce the government's 15-point action plan to deal with the problem of air pollution in the winter season in a press conference on 30 September. Mandatory deployment of anti-smog equipment at all sites of construction and demolition. 

He had said that action would be taken against the people associated with the project for violation of this instruction. Earlier, for the prevention of pollution, it was mandatory to install anti-smog equipment at the sites of construction and demolition having an area of more than 20 thousand square meters.


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