Delhi Govt wants aerial water-sprinklers to contain pollution


23 Oct 2017

Delhi-Govt. ready to pay for water-sprinkling choppers to reduce pollution

The Arvind Kejriwal-led AAP Government in Delhi has informed the Centre it is ready to bear the cost of deploying water-sprinkling choppers to curb pollution during winters.

It said it would pay for aerial water-sprinklers to bring immediate relief in the city.

Delhi Environment Minister Imran Hussain has written to Union Environment Minister Dr. Harsh Vardhan in this regard.

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Aerial water-sprinkling for containing air pollution

Delhi Minister Imran Hussain requested Union Minister Dr. Harsh Vardhan for the use of choppers/aircraft for aerial water-sprinkling, an exercise aimed at settling the particulate matter in the air. Hussain also requested him to discuss the issue with the Civil Aviation Ministry.

AAP Govt. wants to bring immediate relief

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