The Delhi Government will organise an online round table conference with an aim to reduce the level of air pollution in Delhi. The Government has set a target of reducing the pollution level by one-third in the next five years and will formulate a long-term action plan based on the suggestions received from experts and organizations.
Delhi Environment Minister Gopal Rai said that under the leadership of Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, the government has set a target of reducing Delhi's pollution level by one-third in the next five years.
He said that based on the suggestions received from experts and organizations, the Delhi government will formulate a long-term action plan to tackle pollution.
Rai also said, "The Delhi government is continuously working to reduce air pollution. The work that our government has done in the last 6 years to fix the environment and improve the environmental situation has made a positive beginning in reducing Delhi's pollution, but it is not enough. Therefore, to fix the air quality of Delhi and to solve the crisis the government has set a target to significantly reduce the pollution level in the next five years.”
The Environment Minister said that the government has set a target to significantly reduce the pollution levels in the next five years. “This round table conference is being organized by the Department of Environment, in which experts working in the field of environment, especially with regard to air pollution, have been called. Along with this, social organizations and NGOs doing different work in the field of environment are also participating in it,” he said.