Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday said that if all the governments work hard and together make honest efforts, the pollution caused due to parali (agricultural waste) can be substantially reduced in a short period.
He suggested that the Centre (environment ministry) should hold monthly meeting with chief ministers of states which are affected by burning or parali to find out more such solutions.
Interacting with people during a Facebook Live event, Javadekar had said on Sunday that the major factors behind air pollution in the country are traffic, industries, waste, dust, stubble, geography and meteorology.
“The pollution problem cannot be resolved in one day. Continuous efforts needed to tackle each contributing factor,” the minister had said.
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