Schools and colleges will open in Delhi from Monday, were closed due to pollution

From November 27 to December 3, only CNG and electric vehicles engaged in non-essential services will be allowed to enter. This exemption has been given to those commercial vehicles used for non-essential services, which run on CNG or battery. The ban on entry into Delhi on vehicles running on petrol and diesel will continue as before.

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New Delhi: Schools, colleges and other educational institutions will be opened in the country's capital Delhi from November 29. Delhi Environment Minister Gopal Rai gave this information. Significantly, schools were closed due to increasing pollution in Delhi. Apart from this, all the offices of the Delhi government will open from November 29. He said that from November 27 to December 3, only CNG and electric vehicles engaged in non-essential services will be allowed to enter. This exemption has been given to those commercial vehicles used for non-essential services, which run on CNG or battery. The ban on entry into Delhi on vehicles running on petrol and diesel will continue as before.


This exemption has been given to those commercial vehicles used for non-essential services, which run on CNG or battery. The ban on entry into Delhi on vehicles running on petrol and diesel will continue as before.


It is worth noting that on November 17, schools and colleges were closed till further orders due to pollution in Delhi reaching a serious condition. Along with this, 100 percent work from home (WFH) was implemented in the government department. The Supreme Court has taken a jibe at the Center and the Delhi government regarding the deteriorating air quality in Delhi and its surrounding areas.


During Wednesday's hearing, the Supreme Court bluntly said, 'We will not close the matter. and continue to review the situation. Government should Report on stubble management. Take necessary action before situation worsens not after it. The bureaucracy should remain active. The CJI asked the Center to tell what was done. You said that the situation will be fine from November 21. We have been saved due to strong winds, but there was news from the Meteorological Department that from this evening it can become serious again. The Chief Justice (CJI) said, 'You have to manage to stop stubble burning or else it will become a big problem.