Delhi pollution. (signal picture)
To prevent dust in the country’s capital Delhi, the departments related to road construction and operation will have separate cells (cells). For this, the Delhi Pollution Control Committee (DPCC) has given instructions to all the departments for this. There is a lot of dust lying along the roads of the capital. Due to which this dust also starts flying fast along with the vehicles.
Actually, the problem is that this dust remains high in the height in which we breathe. Therefore, due to the pollution of dust, many types of health related problems arise. In view of this, recently the Central Air Quality Management Commission had asked to create a separate cell for dust control in all the road construction organizations of Delhi-NCR. In this sequence, instructions have also been issued by DPCC. Special care will be taken on dust control by the Dust Control and Management Cell made in the departments of Delhi Government. The DPCC has also asked all the departments to adopt various measures like mechanical sweeping of roads, sprinkling of water, greening in the middle, development of green areas beside the pavements to prevent dust from flying.
Teams will work like this
Let us inform that Gopal Rai, the environment of Delhi government, told that 17 teams of engineers of DPCC will work in different districts. Apart from this, 14 teams of Green Marshal will monitor in different areas with mobile vans. For this, one team each of DPCC has been deployed in East, North East, Shahdara, South East and South West Delhi. Apart from this, two teams each have been set up in North West, South, North, West, New and Central Delhi. Apart from this, one team each of Green Marshal has been appointed in all the districts.
Teams will get training
Such teams have been properly trained. These teams will upload all the complaints on the Green App. The complaints will be resolved by monitoring them from the Green War Room. Even after this, if there is negligence, then first show cause notice will be given. Also, 2 days will be given for this. If he does not give his explanation within 2 days after receiving the notice, then he will be fined. If still the pollution continues, then a decision can also be taken by DPCC to stop the work.
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