Stubble burning: This formula could have saved Delhi its smog menace

Delhi air pollution

Delhi air pollution

Accusing the Delhi CM of playing politics for vote-bank, he said, "I will be in Delhi on Monday and Tuesday". "You may feel free to call me to fine tune a mutually convenient date, time and venue for the meeting", he wrote. Earlier, Khattar shared on his Twitter handle a letter he had written to Kejriwal on November 10 in which he had expressed his willingness to meet the Delhi Chief Minister, and also blamed Kejriwal for his "inability to rise above short-term electoral interests".

"Khattar ji called. He is in Del till tomo".

The Supreme Court on Monday sought the response of the Centre and the governments of Punjab, Delhi and Haryana on measures taken to counter the smog and pollution choking the national capital and surrounding areas.

Kejriwal had recently said that keeping political differences aside, the Centre, Haryana, Punjab and Delhi governments should come together to find a permanent solution to stubble burning which leads to high pollution every year. Says he is very busy and can't meet me in Delhi.

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"What steps did Kejriwal take for stubble burning over 40000 hectares of land in Delhi", asked Khattar in a letter addressed to Kejriwal through a letter. I believe no single person, organisation or government can improve the quality of air. Such collective action problems require everyone to do their bit....

"It has been brought to our notice that huge crop residue burning is going on in Karnal, Haryana".

The development came after Khattar wrote to Kejriwal, saying he was likely to be in Delhi on November 13 and 14. "The situation is serious but Punjab helpless as problem is widespread & state has no money to compensate farmers for stubble management", Amarinder Singh replied to Kejriwal in a series of Tweet.

He cited "publicly available satellite imagery data" and said they showed substantial reduction in stubble burning cases and fires from 2014 onwards in Haryana.

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