Concerned over growing congestion and air pollution in Delhi, the Supreme Court asked the Delhi Police chief to come up with some urgent remedies to tackle the menace.
An LG-led taskforce had identified 77 traffic bottlenecks, but the Delhi Government couldn't specify a timeline for removing the bottlenecks or encroachments.
Rather it asked for two years' time, which the court found unacceptable.
The deceased was identified as Mayur Sharma, who was preparing for competitive exams to get a government job. Sharma jumped from Platform No. 1 in front of a train that was going from Escorts Mujesar towards Kashmere Gate at around 1:45 pm.
After 'air-purifier' plants, Delhi airport authorities have taken another environment-friendly step by introducing TaxiBots, 'pilot-controlled semi-robotic machines' which reduce emissions and fuel-consumption by a stunning 85%.
Manufactured by Israel Aerospace Industries(IAI), TaxiBots will be operated by Gurugram-based KSU Aviation at both Delhi and Mumbai airports, as per a contract between the two companies.
From September till December, two TaxiBots will be tested, said officials.