New Delhi | Petrol-Diesel Vehicle Entry Banned: Pollution has made life difficult for the people in Delhi, the capital of India. Clouds of haze and pollution in the sky have spoiled the atmosphere of Delhi. In such a situation, Delhi Environment Minister Gopal Rai has announced that from November 27, only electric and CNG vehicles will get entry in Delhi, which are engaged in essential services. Apart from this, the entry of petrol and diesel vehicles has been banned till December 3. After which the entry of such vehicles is prohibited in Delhi.
Buses will be run for employees
In order to correct the falling air level in Delhi, Delhi Environment Minister Gopal Rai, apart from banning petrol and diesel vehicles, said that buses will be run from the places where maximum employees of Delhi government come to the office. Giving information, the minister said that the government will start shuttle bus service for employees from Delhi Secretariat to ITO and Indraprastha Metro stations.
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Decision to open school again from November 29
Petrol-Diesel Vehicle Entry Banned: On the other hand, in view of the improvement in pollution in Delhi, the government has now decided to reopen the school from November 29. Let us tell you that earlier, to stop the rising level of pollution in Delhi, from November 13, the Delhi government had also issued a shutdown order to all educational institutions. Government employees were asked to work from home. Not only this, the government had also banned construction and demolition works. Entry of new vehicles was stopped in Delhi. Due to these efforts of the government, there has been little improvement in the air quality of the capital.
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