Supreme Court’s major decision in air pollution case, ban on construction again

Delhi Air Pollution: The Supreme Court has again banned construction in Delhi and the National Capital Region (NCR) in view of air pollution. The court directed the states to pay alimony to the workers out of the amount collected as labor cess due to the ban on construction. The Supreme Court has been very strict on the issue of pollution.

Note that the Supreme Court on Wednesday said that the level of pollution in Delhi has decreased, but thanks to the efforts of the government. Less is more about climate change. The court said that a scientific study should be done on the level of pollution in different seasons. Planning should be done on that basis.

The court also said that the government starts taking control measures as the level of pollution increases. It should set up a system in which steps are taken as soon as the meteorological department receives a forecast of change in air flow. A bench of Chief Justice NV Ramana, Justice DY Chandrachur and Justice Surya Kant “The AQI level was 403 on November 16, now it is 290,” said Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, appearing for the Center." On this the Chief Justice said, "This is due to the wind. We want to know what you have done." The Solicitor General then started counting the steps taken by the Center and the states. Truck entry into Delhi is still closed. Thermal power plants have been shut down. A bus service has been provided to government employees to bring them to the office. Schools are still closed. & Nbsp;


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