Stubble burning only contributes 10% to Air Pollution, Supreme Court

The Supreme Court concluded that major culprits of air pollution are transport, industries, and vehicular traffic apart from stubble burning in some areas.

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New Delhi: The Centre told the Supreme Court on Monday that stubble burning is not the major cause of soring the air quality of Delhi and northern states, as it only contributes to only 10% of the air pollution.

To bring down pollution, the central government suggested three steps to the Supreme Court which include the introduction of an odd-even vehicle scheme, a ban on trucks’ entry in Delhi, and the severest – lockdown.

Meanwhile, the Supreme Court concluded that major culprits of air pollution are transport, industries, and vehicular traffic apart from stubble burning in some areas.

The Court directed the Centre to call for an emergency meeting tomorrow over issues like stopping construction, non-essential transport, power plants and implementing work from home to deal with air pollution in Delhi-NCR. It also asked the Centre and States of NCR region to consider work from home for the employees in the meantime.The matter has been deferred for November 17.

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