Delhi Pollution: To address this issue, a total of 383 teams consisting of 932 officials and employees will monitor the situation. Additionally, a vigilant eye will be kept on all three landfill sites to prevent any incidents of open waste burning.

The decision has been made by the Delhi Municipal Corporation to impose fines for various offenses, including open waste burning, illegal dumping in construction sites, and causing dust pollution in under-construction buildings, among others. Penalties ranging from 200 to 50,000 rupees will be enforced for these violations.

A total of 383 teams, comprising officials and employees, will oversee these enforcement efforts. Furthermore, constant inspections will be carried out in pollution hotspots and other areas. Continuous inspections will be conducted in pollution hotspots, including areas like Narela, Bawana, Mundka, Wazirpur, Rohini, Arakpuram, Okhla, Jahangirpuri, Anand Vihar, Vivek Vihar, Punjabi Bagh, Mayapuri, and Dwarka. The Municipal Corporation has laid out its 2023-24 Winter Action Plan to control pollution.

It’s worth noting that Delhi faces significant pollution levels due to smog and dust. The government has implemented various measures to combat this issue, including regulating the burning of crop residue and curbing emissions from vehicles. Dust particles on the roads are also a major contributor to pollution. Dust from construction sites further exacerbates the hazardous air quality in Delhi.

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