Arvind Kejriwal for Delhi smog blames stubble burning in the adjoining states

Arvind Kejriwal for Delhi smog blames stubble burning in the adjoining states

On Tuesday, following the toxic air which choked Delhi city with visibility of lower than 300 metres, CM Arvind Kejriwal blamed the burning of stubble in the adjoining states. In the series of Tweets, Delhi Chief Minister shared the paper of August where Delhi government wrote letters to adjoining states for urging them to take steps to check crop burning. Also, he said that this smog causes in Delhi every year, but now we have to find out the solution of this horrific problem. As per the reports of weather authorities, the air pollution of Delhi will continue to remain same for 3-4 days. In the wake of this issue, the half marathon in Delhi has cancelled. Also, the schools have cancelled the outdoor activities for the students.

The Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal slammed Delhi has become Gas Chamber on Twitter. While concerning the smog issue on Tuesday National Green Tribunal asked governments of Delhi, Haryana and Punjab to explain why they haven’t taken preventive steps to control the ‘severe’ air quality across the region.

Today, the national capital Delhi found covered with a blanket of smog which choked the city people. However, this issue has now turned into the severe problem as the intake of this polluted air may cause cancer to people. Also, it is creating difficulties for the oldies and newbies. As per the reports, areas like Lodhi Road, Pitampura and Punjabi Bagh have recorded small polluted particles in the air. Moreover, many train services passing through the capital city have suspended. And the National president of the Indian Medical Association Dr KK Aggarwal asked to shut down the schools and asked people to remain at their home.

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