People going from Noida to Delhi should be careful! There is a ban on the movement of these vehicles

Some vehicles going to Delhi via Noida have been banned keeping in mind the increasing air pollution. Delhi Traffic Police said in an advisory on Saturday that non-essential trucks and light vehicles running on non-BS VI diesel have been banned.

New Delhi: The Delhi Traffic Police on Saturday issued an advisory after the Air Quality Index in Delhi remained in the 'severe' category for the third consecutive day. The advisory states that the movement of non-essential trucks, and light vehicles running on non-BS VI diesel has been banned in Delhi via Noida. This rule will continue till further notice.


The Environment Minister of Delhi made this appeal to the CM of UP-Haryana

Apart from this, there is also news that Delhi Environment Minister Gopal Rai on Saturday appealed to the Chief Ministers of Uttar Pradesh and Haryana to allow trucks carrying non-essential goods on the peripheral expressway to avoid traffic jams on the borders of the capital. Take steps to divert.


With pollution levels deteriorating in the national capital, the Centre's air quality panel on Thursday banned the entry of trucks other than electric and CNG ones into Delhi. However, the exemption has been given to those carrying essential commodities.


In a letter to Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar, Gopal Rai said, “From November 3, the fourth phase of GRAP has been implemented with immediate effect. Authorities in NCR and Delhi have been mandated to ensure that trucks carrying non-essential goods are not allowed to enter Delhi till the next date."


Air pollution in Delhi turned from severe to very bad on Saturday. According to the Central Pollution Control Board, the 24-hour average air quality index stood at 381, which is much better than the AQI of 447 a day earlier.


Significantly, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and his Punjab counterpart Bhagwant Mann on Friday took the responsibility of burning paddy stubble in the agrarian state and promised to curb the practice by next winter.