Delhi Pollution Live News: Delhi Pollution Control Committee Chairman Stopped Study to Ascertain Sources of Pollution in Delhi Sans Govt Nod, Says Minister Gopal Rai


Delhi Pollution Live News: In the ongoing Delhi Pollution situation, a recent development has raised concerns.

According to Minister Gopal Rai, the Chairman of the Delhi Pollution Control Committee (DPCC) has taken the decision to halt a crucial study aimed at determining the sources of pollution in Delhi. What makes this decision particularly noteworthy is that it has been made without obtaining prior approval from the government.

BJP is neither sincere towards ‘Bharat’ nor towards ‘India’. Name change is merely a tactic by the BJP for polarisation politics

– Congress leader K C Venugopal on NCERT panel recommending replacing ‘India’ with ‘Bharat’ in school textbooks

Environment Minister Gopal Rai on allegations that DPCC chairman stopped Delhi Govt’s real-time pollution study

“For this study, Delhi govt in 2021 had sanctioned Rs 12 crore. The report we got this year stated different sources and their contribution to pollution in Delhi. But this year, DPCC chairman Ashwini Kumar stopped this study in October. Rs 10 crores had been paid for equipment needed to conduct the study and Rs 2 crores more needed to be paid. Since the last week, the study has been stopped. A cabinet decision is not followed, and a study is stopped. We have written to the CM to take immediate action against Ashwini Kumar and to resume the study…”

In Congress, ‘saudebaazi’ is happening daily. In tickets (for upcoming elections), they are doing’saudebaazi’. They are also afraid of who can lose the election and who can win, that’s why they are changing the ticket… Congress people are saying that within the party there is corruption

– BJP’s National General Secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya

In the Constitution, it is written India that is Bharat. Both names are there

– Congress leader Ambika Soni on NCERT panel recommendation of replacing ‘India’ with ‘Bharat’ in school textbooks

Source: Economic Times