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Delhi Ban: Restrictions have reduced, now primary schools are also going to open… know what is closed and what is open in Delhi

New Delhi: As soon as the pollution is reduced, the strict restrictions of Grap-4 have been lifted in Delhi. Due to this, the common people have got a big relief on the first working day today. Along with this, a decision was also taken to open a school in the capital Delhi today. Environment Minister Gopal Rai held an important meeting and decided that due to the reduction in pollution, schools would be opened for all classes from the day after tomorrow i.e. November 9. Recently, a decision was taken to close the schools up to class V. On November 3, in view of the health emergency of pollution, strict restrictions of Grap-4 were implemented. CAQM (Commission for Air Quality Management) has said in its order that the restrictions of Grap-4 are very strict. These have an impact on a large number of industries and common people. Although Grap-4 has been removed, but the restrictions issued from Grap-1 to Grap-3 will continue. Let us know which restrictions have been removed in Delhi from today and which ones will remain in force.

these restrictions are over This ban continues
Trucks have been opened Apart from construction work related to government, public projects, essential facilities, all other construction work
Small cargo trucks also allowed to ply inside Delhi If there is no PNG supply, then the industry will be able to run 5 days a week
Ban on diesel vehicles other than BS-6 withdrawn Brick kilns, hot mix plants which are not running on approved fuel will remain closed
Road, highway, flyover, overbridge construction started stone crusher zone and mining activities closed
Schools will reopen in Delhi from November 9. Work from home instructions back, the ban on outdoor activities will also be removed from 9. The ban on BS-3 petrol and BS-4 diesel vehicles will continue.

Less toxic air in Delhi-NCR, Gopal Rai convened a high level meeting, these things may be decided
Know which restrictions were removed

1. Entry of trucks in the capital can now be done as before
2. Restrictions on medium and large goods carrier trucks plying inside Delhi have also been lifted
3. Apart from BS-6, the ban on diesel vehicles in Delhi and adjoining cities was withdrawn
4. Restrictions on industries that are not running on clean fuel were withdrawn
5. Construction of public projects like roads, highways, flyovers, overbridges, power transmission, laying of pipelines etc. will be possible.
6. Delhi Government has decided to open all schools from 9th November.

They will be banned in Delhi for now
1. Apart from construction work related to government, public projects and essential facilities, all other construction work will continue to be banned.
2. In the industrial areas where there is a supply of PNG, industries other than clean fuel will not be able to run
3. In the industrial areas where there is no PNG supply, industries will be able to run 5 days a week
4. Brick kilns, hot mix plants which are not running on approved fuel will remain closed
5. Stone Crusher Zones to be Completely Closed
6. Mining related activities will remain closed
7. State governments can discontinue BS-3 and BS-4 diesel vehicles in Delhi NCR if they want

delhi noida pollution

Pollution condition in Delhi and Noida today.

Know the root cause of the decision
An Air Quality Management Commission order said, “As the AQI level of Delhi is around 339, which is below the 111 AQI above the ceiling for implementation of GRAP Stage-IV measures and all measures are being adopted, therefore The improvement in AQI is expected to continue. In fact, AQI between zero and 50 is ‘good’, 51 to 100 ‘satisfactory’, 101 to 200 ‘moderate’, 201 to 300 ‘poor’, 301 to 400 ‘very poor’ and 401 An AQI between 500 and above is considered ‘severe’.

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