Delhi Pollution: The fire department has taken up the task of increasing pollution in Delhi. Water will be sprayed at 13 pollution hot spots in Delhi. In view of the increasing pollution in Delhi, Delhi Fire Department has started a drive to prevent pollution.
According to Delhi Fire Department Director Atul Garg, a total of 13 such hot spots have been identified in Delhi which are the most polluted. In Wazirabad area, one of these 13 hot spots, the fire department started spraying water on Saturday. This campaign will continue continuously.
On the other hand, political controversy has also started in Delhi about pollution. The Delhi government has imposed a fine of one crore on the BJP-ruled North Delhi Municipal Corporation for burning garbage in the open. But the question is, will the violators really pay the fine? In Delhi’s Kirari area, garbage is being burnt indiscriminately. This area comes under BJP-ruled North Delhi. The Delhi government of AAP Aadmi Party has ordered a fine of one crore on the corporation through Delhi Pollution Control Board.
Aam Aadmi Party spokesman Raghav Chadha says that “this is a fine of less than one crore.” It has done criminal work. We will charge it even if we have to attach the account. ”The Northern Municipal Corporation has accused the Delhi government of speaking up to a fine of Rs 1 crore for giving a strong message. The corporation has said that to defame her, people of the Aam Aadmi Party set fire to the garbage and then complained to the trap. Northern Municipal Corporation Mayor Jai Prakash said, “We have filed an FIR against him.” Your MLA is maligning us.
That is, now the police office will revolve, political charges will be made, but this fine will not be charged. If you add this one crore, then this year, a fine of one crore 20 lakh has been imposed.
On the other hand, stubble is being burnt in many areas of Punjab. Straw is being burnt in Mohali and Amritsar. This is the reason why the contribution of stubble in pollution has increased from 6% to 19% in just 24 hours in Delhi.
The question is that every year the agencies working on pollution control deduct invoices of crores but instead of paying the penalty for violators, they go to court and then these cases go on for years. All the orders for imposing fines and FIRs are confined to the headlines of newspapers and TV channels.