NEW DELHI: Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday launched anti-air pollution campaign as a measure to control pollution levels in the national capital.
“From today, we are starting a campaign against pollution ‘Yudh Pradushan Ke Virudh’ in the city. As part of the campaign, we’ll be using a technology developed by Pusa Agriculture Institute to curb the menace of stubble burning,” Kejriwal said.
The CM said that the anti-air pollution campaign is being initiated by Delhi government to settle dust, especially at the construction sites.
“Thirteen pollution hotspots have been identified in the city. Customized action plans are being drafted for each area according to their respective causes of pollution,” said Kejriwal.
Kejriwal added that ‘Green Delhi’ mobile app is also being prepared, which Delhiites can be use to bring pollution pollution causing activities to our notice.
(With inputs from agencies)

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