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Complete Lockdown Updates: New Delhi: The Delhi government has notified the Supreme Court that if pollution control is mandated for the entire NCR area, it is prepared to implement measures such as complete lockdown. The GNCTD (Government of the National Capital Territory of Delhi) is prepared to adopt measures such as complete lockdown to reduce local pollution,” according to the statement. However, if adopted across the NCR areas in neighboring states, such a step would be important. Given Delhi’s small size, a lockdown would have a minor impact on the air quality regime, according to an affidavit filed by the Delhi administration.

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“This issue would need to be handled at the airshed level, which would include NCR areas.” In light of the foregoing, we are willing to consider this move if the government of India or the Commission for Air Quality Management in the National Capital Region and Adjacent Areas mandates it for the entire NCR area,” it stated. The Delhi government informed the Supreme Court that, due to deteriorating ambient air quality, all schools, colleges, educational and coaching institutes, skill development and training institutes, other training institutes, and libraries (except where exams are being held) have been closed until November 20, 2021.”All private offices and companies are urged to allow their employees to work from home until November 17, 2021,” the Delhi administration said.

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The AAP government further informed the Supreme Court that until November 17, 2021, all private offices and companies have been instructed to allow their employees to work from home in order to reduce automobile traffisaiThe Air Quality Index has not been in the’ severe’ category from February through September for several years, according to the report.
In fact, October 2021 was the cleanest month in the last six years, with improved air quality and no severe days, as well as fewer stubble burning occurrences in Punjab and Haryana, with an average of 675 events per repot

At the same time, the first 13 days of November 2021 had seven severe days, which coincided with a spike in stubble burning occurrences in Punjab and Haryana, with an average of approximately The Delhi administration stated, “4,300 occurrences every day. “Based on annual PM levels, thirteen hotspots in Delhi were identified, including Nadella, Bananas, Monday, Amirpour, Rohini, R K Puram, Okhla, Jahangir, Punjabi Bah, Mayapuri, Vivek Vihar, and Dwarka. 2.5 and PM 10 concentrations, and specific mitigation measures to control air pollution are being implemented,” it said. ,The Delhi government told the Supreme Court that it is taking action against petrol and diesel vehicles older than 15 years, that building and demolition sites are being thoroughly inspected, and that industries are being watched for compliance on using only allowed fuels.

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