New Delhi. Schools, colleges, which were closed due to increasing air pollution in the national capital Delhi, will reopen from Monday. Delhi Environment Minister Gopal Rai gave this information on Wednesday. As air pollution in Delhi increased, schools, colleges were asked to run online and all employees were asked to work from home. But Gopal Rai has told that from November 29, schools, colleges will open as well as all the offices of the Delhi government will also open from November 29.
Gopal Rai said that from November 27 to December 3, only CNG and electric vehicles engaged in non-essential services will be allowed to enter Delhi. The ban on entry into Delhi on vehicles running on petrol and diesel will continue as before. It is worth noting that due to the serious condition of pollution in Delhi, on November 17, schools, colleges were closed till further orders. Along with this, 100 percent work from home was implemented in government departments.
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Meanwhile, the Supreme Court has reprimanded the Center and the Delhi government for the deteriorating air quality in Delhi and its surrounding areas. During Wednesday’s hearing, the Supreme Court bluntly said – we will not close the matter. Will continue to review the situation. Report on stubble management Governments should report. Act with anticipation, not after the situation worsens. The court said that the bureaucracy should remain active.
During the hearing, the Chief Justice asked the Central Government on Wednesday – you tell what was done. You had told that from November 21, things will be fine. We have been saved due to strong wind, but there was news of the Meteorological Department that it can become severe again from this evening. The Chief Justice said- You have to manage to stop the burning of stubble or else it will become a big problem.