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Strict rules regarding pollution in Delhi-NCR

NCR. Graded Action Response Plan (GRAP) has been implemented across NCR. In order to control the increasing air pollution in Delhi NCR, many rules have been changed in Grape this year. The first and biggest change is that every year the GRAP was implemented from October 15, it has been implemented in Delhi NCR (NCR) from 15 days back on October 1. On the very first day i.e. on 1 October, a fine of Rs 2 lakh was imposed on those who broke the grape rule in Noida.

With the implementation of GRAP, there is a lot of anger among the industrial organizations across NCR. In Noida, Greater Noida, Delhi, all industrial organizations are protesting outside the Pollution Department office from place to place. According to him, they should be allowed to run diesel generator sets. Otherwise, their industrial units will be greatly affected.

If we talk about Gautam Buddha Nagar, then there are more than 20,000 small and big industrial units in this entire district. Those on whom the effect of this Grape system can be clearly seen and the biggest thing is that if the rules are violated, then a fine of Rs 50,000 will be immediately imposed.

According to Gautam Budh Nagar Regional Pollution Officer Praveen Kumar, in addition to 4 teams of pollution department under the leadership of district administration, a total of 14 teams of officers of the authority have been formed to monitor pollution or garbage rules. In these, important responsibilities have been entrusted to the officers of the three authorities. Anyone found violating the rules will be fined Rs 50,000.

There are many such sectors and many such hotspots in Gautam Budh Nagar which have been identified where there is maximum pollution. The rules are already being strictly enforced in such places so that pollution does not disturb the people.

In these hotspots, a total of 25 places including Sector-51, 52, Seven X, DFCC, FMG, Sector 150, Sector 78, Underpass Construction Site, Dadri Road, Old Industrial Road, Phase 1 and 2, Noida City Center, Sector 62 have been hotspots. has been selected.

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