New Delhi: 14 June :- Due to pollution in Delhi, all construction work has been banned. This prohibition situation will continue to be banned until normal. This order is from the Central Pollution Control Board. The level of pollution has stopped due to increasing. The Pollution Control Board has also imposed an immediate stop on the work of Stone Crushers. The Pollution Control Board has said that the fire brigade will have a water sprinkler and the cleaning of the streets of Delhi will be done by the machines. At this situation, the Lt Governor will hold a meeting at 3 o’clock. After the meeting of the Policy Commission, Union Minister Nitin Gadkari said that I have asked the Chief Minister of Delhi and the Environment Minister Dr. Has decided to convene a special meeting with Harsh Vardhan, in which a plan will be prepared to free Delhi for the next air and water pollution.
Due to dust cover in Delhi and National Capital Territory on Thursday, the Central Environment Ministry conjectured that the mist will remain visible for the next three days. According to the ministry, the dust storm in Rajasthan is a major cause of dusty dust above Delhi. Here the quality of air went down from serious levels on Thursday. In the official statement issued by the ministry, the situation is likely to remain intact in Delhi for the next three days. Terming the rise in the level of air pollution in Delhi as unnatural, the Ministry said that the main reason for this is the dust storm in Rajasthan. Due to this, due to the low pressure area of air in the Delhi NCR region, the dust obtained in the air gets deposited at some height from the ground.
In the opinion of the weather experts, these days, due to the high temperature of high temperature in Rajasthan battling heavy heat, due to the strong winds due to strong winds, the impact of dusty storm appears as condensing in the dust environments in the Delhi NCR region. Even this year between June 10 and 12, Rajasthan’s dust storm was towards Delhi, due to which this situation has arisen. Quoting the forecasts of the Meteorological Department, the Ministry has conveyed the assumption that the dust will remain intact in the Delhi NCR region for the next three days.
In view of this, the Central Pollution Control Board has asked the State agencies to disperse water from the local bodies and construction related agencies continuously to prevent dust from flying. In addition, the Chief Secretary of Delhi has asked all concerned agencies to issue necessary guidelines in this direction. Meanwhile, the Pollution Control Board has been meeting with the concerned departments to deal with the situation and asked to take anti-pollution measures to deal with the situation. At the same time, people have also been advised to avoid getting out of the open for too long.