Delhi MLAs take to streets, make THIS appeal to people

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Gopal Rai said that the councilors of Delhi will run a public awareness campaign on the Barakhamba Road on October 25. To reduce pollution inside Delhi, the Kejriwal government is trying to bring the whole of Delhi together.

New Delhi: Delhi Environment Minister Gopal Rai along with AAP MLAs today launched an awareness campaign at Chandagi Ram Akhara red light at Car Off.

Gopal Rai said that the councilors of Delhi will run a public awareness campaign on the Barakhamba Road on October 25. To reduce pollution inside Delhi, the Kejriwal government is trying to bring the whole of Delhi together.

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He said that the issue of stubble burning incidents was taken up with the central and state governments. If the solution is sprayed responsibly, the farmer does not burn the stubble

Delhi Environment Minister Gopal Rai along with MLAs visited Chandagi Ram Akhara Red Light. Under the red light on the campaign vehicle, he along with the MLAs made people aware.

During this, he said that the pollution level has come down due to rains, as the burning of nearby agricultural waste has stopped. Now the cases of stubble burning will increase due to exposure to the sun.

“Surely the burning of straw and others” agricultural waste Delhi will be affected.”

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“Our effort is to make people aware to prevent pollution arising inside Delhi. This public participation campaign is going on under the leadership of CM Arvind Kejriwal. We are taking it forward. Delhi MLAs are here to increase awareness. have gathered.” among the people,” he said.

After this, on October 25, the Councilor of Delhi will run a public awareness campaign on Barahkhamba Road.

We try to make entire Delhi work together to reduce pollution inside Delhi. MLAs of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) are present here, but MLAs of other parties have not come. Everyone was informed. The government is emphasizing on the people. Other campaigns including anti-dust campaign. Increase people’s participation in this and reduce your share of pollution. So we will take this campaign forward with the counselor on October 25.”

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He told that tomorrow there will be a joint meeting with all the SDMs and DPCCs of Delhi. Take this campaign to the mohalla level. We will run this campaign on a large scale inside Delhi by making an action plan based on the decision taken in yesterday’s meeting.

“We are working under anti-dust campaign since October 7. We will do everything possible to reduce Delhi’s pollution. Appeal to the central government to talk to the states and stop stubble burning immediately. Otherwise, despite Delhi People’s hard work, burning will have to face pollution agricultural waste,” he said.

First published:October 21, 2021, 9:58 pm

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