Who is responsible for reducing pollution in Delhi? The central government responded in the Lok Sabha.
New Delhi: Union Environment Minister Bhupender Yadav told the lower house of parliament on Monday that the responsibility for reducing pollution in the nation’s capital lies with the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government led by Arvind Kejriwal. The Labor Minister clarified that the Air Quality Management Board (AQM) of the National Capital Region (NCR) and surrounding areas has taken a participatory and collaborative approach to tackling air pollution issues. the air in the area.
Bhupender Yadav said during Question Time that it is the responsibility of local government to reduce pollution. In fact, the Union Minister was responding to a question from Delhi BJP MP Pravesh Sahib Singh who accused Kejriwal’s government of taking a nonchalant approach to tackling Delhi’s pollution problem and claimed that the government of the city was just jumlebaazi instead of taking any concrete action.
Quoting CAQM, Bhupender Yadav said that following the Supreme Court’s order, the commission invited stakeholders, including the general public, to come up with medium and long-term solutions for pollution prevention and control. air in the NCR. A large number of multi-sector questions and suggestions related to air pollution control were received from various stakeholders and the general public. An expert committee set up to review suggestions for air pollution control in the region regularly discusses with stakeholders and experts to adopt measures.
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