The Delhi Government claimed on Tuesday that it will set up advanced real-time resources to monitor air pollution in the city. Sources said the project will take off under the supervision of the Indian Institute of Technology – Kanpur.
"Wherever or whatever reasons would be causing air pollution in the national capital, the new technology would help in real-time monitoring. Action on particular reason will be initiated immediately," said Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, in an attachment issued by his office on Tuesday.
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The Aam Aadmi Party-led Delhi Government said the proposed development has come in view of the deteriorating air quality of the city. The Government said it has launched an electric-run vehicles (subsidized) scheme in Delhi to reduce the number of polluting vehicles plying on the roads of the national capital.
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"It is the second quick step from Delhi Government in view of the city to monitor air pollution," Kejriwal's office said. (IANS)