Construction Ban in Delhi: Government bans construction works, decision taken in view of increasing pollution level

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The air of the National Capital Region has once again reached a critical condition. Due to this, the third phase of Graded Response Action Plan (GRAP) has been implemented here with immediate effect. Instructions have been given to stop unnecessary construction and demolition works. The decision was taken in a meeting of the sub-committee responsible for implementing GRAP and all NCR states have been asked to implement it.

Ban imposed again after 25 days

Earlier on December 5, the third phase of GRAP was implemented in Delhi and after 25 days it has been implemented once again on Friday.
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All constructions of non essential category
Stone crushers, mining and similar activities
Brick Kilns, Industrial Activities
fuel fired hot mixing plant

Delhi’s pollution level expected to remain in very poor category for next six days
Delhi’s air quality index was recorded at 306 on Thursday. At the same time, this figure was AQI 321 on Wednesday. The index of Faridabad was higher than that of Delhi, while the index of Bahadurgarh, Ballabhgarh, Charkhi Dadri, Ghaziabad, Greater Noida, Noida, Gurugram was recorded in very poor category, less than Delhi. SAFAR predicted that Delhi’s pollution level could remain in the very poor category for the next six days. In the coming days, due to increasing fog and increasing cold, the pollution level was predicted to increase once again.

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The air of the National Capital Region has once again reached a critical condition. Due to this, the third phase of Graded Response Action Plan (GRAP) has been implemented here with immediate effect. Instructions have been given to stop unnecessary construction and demolition works. The decision was taken in a meeting of the sub-committee responsible for implementing GRAP and all NCR states have been asked to implement it.

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