New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday chaired a gathering to debate the grave scenario arising as a result of air pollution in varied components of northern India.
He additionally reviewed the scenario arising as a result of cyclone situations in components of western India, in keeping with an announcement by the Prime Minister’s Workplace (PMO).
“PM @narendramodi chaired a meeting in which the situation arising due to pollution in various parts of Northern India was discussed. PM also reviewed the situation arising due to cyclone conditions in parts of western India,” the PMO mentioned in a tweet.
That is Modi’s first assembly on air pollution after he returned from Thailand. The PMO has held a sequence of conferences since Sunday when Delhi’s air high quality index (AQI) deteriorated sharply and resulted in choking situations.
On Monday, Principal Secretary to Prime Minister, P.Ok. Mishra had reviewed the measures taken by the states of Punjab, Haryana and Delhi to deal with air air pollution. Mishra sought to know the main points of further measures taken to examine contemporary circumstances of fireside and stubble burning in these states over the past 24 hours.
Mishra emphasised the significance of pre-emptive motion, as crucial. He mentioned there’s want to determine a mechanism for fast motion.
He appreciated the efforts being taken by all involved and talked about that after taking short-term measures, a system can be put in place for a everlasting long-term resolution.