[Delhi Air Pollution] This is the national capital; what signals are we sending to the world? Supreme Court

The Court said that ad-hoc measures are not sufficient to curb the Delhi air pollution, and called for a statistical and scientific study to combat the problem.
[Delhi Air Pollution] This is the national capital; what signals are we sending to the world? Supreme Court
Delhi air pollution, Supreme Court

While stating that ad-hoc measures are not sufficient to curb the air pollution in Delhi, the Supreme Court on Wednesday called for a thorough statistical and scientific study and a graded response to combat the problem (Aditya Dubey v. Union of India).

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