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‘Red Light On, Car Off’ campaign will run in Delhi from October 18.

New Delhi : Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has sought cooperation from the folks concerning the rising air pollution. CM Kejriwal has mentioned that air pollution has began rising within the capital Delhi for 3 to 4 days, as a result of stubble burning has began in close by states. In the meantime, Kejriwal has mentioned that we are going to run ‘Red Gentle On, Automobile Off’ marketing campaign in Delhi from October 18.
Farmers pressured to burn stubble: Kejriwal
CM Kejriwal mentioned, “For a month, I have been tweeting air pollution data in Delhi everyday. Delhi’s own pollution is in safe limits. Pollution has started increasing from last 3-4 days because state governments in nearby states did not help their farmers. That’s why the farmers are forced to burn the stubble.
‘Red Light On, Gaadi Off’ initiative to be launched
CM Kejriwal said, “We began the ‘Red Gentle On, Gaadi Off’ initiative final yr. It can begin once more from 18th October, as quickly as you cease on the purple sign, flip off the engine of your automobile. You can begin in the present day, although it is going to be formally launched on 18th.
Kejriwal additional mentioned, “If you have not downloaded the Green Delhi app, do so. If you see pollution anywhere in Delhi. Any industry which is creating pollution is burning garbage. You can complain about these through the app. Our team will reach the spot and stop the source of pollution.
Use public vehicles on one day of the week: Kejriwal
Appealing to the people, Kejriwal said, “We must always take a call to not take away our automobile at the very least as soon as per week and to share the automobile by metro, bus, or with others. Consultants say that if we do that then air pollution could be lowered and gasoline could be saved.


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