Meet stakeholders on farm fires: SC to states

New Delhi, August 24

The Supreme Court right this moment requested the governments of Punjab, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh to carry conferences with all stakeholders to fully cease stubble burning that converts Delhi-NCR right into a digital gasoline chamber throughout October-November.

A Bench led by Justice Arun Mishra requested the three states to file respective stories in 4 weeks.

The court docket, which is seized of a PIL on air air pollution within the NCR, sought to know from the Punjab Chief Secretary if the state may guarantee no stubble burning would happen this 12 months. Additional Solicitor General Aishwarya Bhati instructed the Bench on behalf of the Environment Ministry smog towers could be prepared in Delhi in 10 months. As the court docket wasn’t glad with the affidavits of the Centre and Delhi Government on smog towers, it requested them to file contemporary ones. The farmers’ counsel stated the problem was not being mentioned with farmers. The SC had on August 10 requested Punjab, Haryana, Delhi and UP to spell out preventive steps. — TNS

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