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Delhi gets war room to deal with pollution. Delhi news

NEW DELHI: Environment Minister of Delhi Gopal Rai On Thursday, a ‘war room’ was inaugurated at the Delhi Secretariat to monitor the air. Pollution in the capital. Officials said that apart from local sources of pollution, the war room will monitor the effects of Delhi’s air burning in neighboring states.
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Rai said the ‘War Room’ was launched to monitor efforts to curb pollution, smoke and dust levels in Delhi’s pollution hotspots. “It will be equipped with high-end technology, which will allow the government to monitor real-time pollution data, hotspot conditions and NASA-ISRO images of stub burning. A 10-member expert team consisting of officers Delhi pollution The control committee and the state’s environment department are also working from the war room under senior scientists Mohan George and BL Chawla, ”he said.
To combat air pollution in Delhi, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday launched a campaign against udd war pollution. This fight would not be possible without the support of every agency, and therefore, we set up and launched a centralized war room at the Delhi Secretariat today, ”said Rai.
“Three large LCD screens are present in the room. Real-time pollution data, including air quality and data of PM 2.5 and PM 10; Oxides of sulfur and nitrogen; Ozone and wind speed will be displayed on a screen. Through another screen, we will monitor the status of 13 hotspots in Delhi. Through a third screen, we will monitor pictures of NASA and ISRO on stub burnings happening in neighboring states, ”the minister said.
Meanwhile, complaints against air pollution will be tracked through the ‘Green Delhi’ app, which is to be launched by the Chief Minister in the coming days.
“We will monitor complaints and implement stern action. Through GPS, we will also keep an eye on activities like road sweeping and water spraying work being done by MCD. The daily report will be sent to the CM, me and the environment secretary.


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