As soon as Delhi’s air gets better, the government has taken a big decision regarding schools. The Delhi government is going to open primary schools once again from Wednesday. The decision to reopen the schools has been taken in a high-level meeting chaired by Environment Minister Gopal Rai. The air of Delhi was getting worse continuously for the last few days. Air Quality Index Was constantly going beyond 400. Because of this, the Delhi government had decided to close the schools. Parents also welcomed this decision of the government.
Environment Minister Gopal Rai said, "Primary schools in Delhi were closed and outdoor activities of senior classes were stopped. However, from November 9, the primary schools have been opened once again. The ban on open activities has also been lifted. In such a situation, children studying in primary school will be able to go to school once again. Apart from this, students above class V will be able to take part in outdoor activities once again.
CM had announced the closure of schools
In fact, due to the deteriorating climate of Delhi, the Aam Aadmi Party government on Friday announced that primary schools would be closed. Also, 50 percent of Delhi government employees will work from home.
Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said, 'We have taken all necessary steps to stop pollution. Under this we are closing all primary schools in Delhi from tomorrow. Also, outdoor activities are being stopped for all the students above class V.
NCPCR had demanded closure of schools
Many schools in Delhi welcomed the government's decision to conduct online classes for primary classes. In fact, the National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) recently asked the Delhi government to close schools until the city's air quality improves. Meanwhile, the Centre's air quality panel on Sunday directed officials to lift various restrictions issued earlier, as the air pollution levels in the national capital are gradually improving.
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