He said the campaign would be prominent at 100 intersections across 13 police districts in the city, adding that simulated training for the campaign would take place on Sunday.
Lai said the decision was made Thursday after a joint session with Delhi police, civil defense authorities, environmental authorities and SDM.
“At the meeting, it was decided that this campaign to check for pollution would run at 100 intersections in 13 police districts. At 90 intersections, a batch of 10 civil defense volunteers would be deployed each. But at each of the other 10 major intersections, a batch of 20 civil defense volunteers will be engaged, “said Rai.
The main intersections with 20 volunteers each are ITO, Tyracmarg’s Bagwandas intersection, Balakamba Road’s Tolstoy intersection, Changjiram Ahara intersection near Motiberg Metro, Piragarichoke, Prisvillaji Road. Includes intersections, Rajes Pilot Marg, Madu Banchok, Pitamu Phra Metro intersections and Karkari Mor.
He said these civil defense volunteers would work as “Marshal Pallabaran” and would also distribute to the public a pamphlet containing information on the three complaints of Prime Minister Arvind Keziwar.
To combat pollution in Delhi, Keziwar actively participated in the “Red Light On, Vehicle Off” campaign on Tuesday, urging people not to use their cars at least one day a week. He also appealed to the Delhis to report cases of violations of pollution standards in the Green Delhi app.
The minister further stated that the main purpose of the campaign was to reduce vehicle pollution. He said the campaign would last for a month until November 18.
Civil defense volunteers will be deployed in two shifts, from 8 am to 2 pm and from 2 pm to 8 pm.
He said the Delhi government would do whatever it could to keep the pollution levels in the city fairly low.
“The Petroleum Conservation Research Association (PCRA) reports that turning off the engine at a red light can reduce pollution by about 13-20% and save about 2,500 rupees a year. We are calling on the public to succeed again this year, “said Lai.
Delhi Government Campaign to Control Pollution Launches October 18 Health News, ET Health World
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