As Delhi's air quality turns poor, the Central Pollution Control Board has written a letter to the Delhi government pointing out that an action plan that was suggested by the Top Court is yet to be implemented completely.
Times Now has accessed the letter dated October 6 from the Pollution Control Board that highlights that almost 40 percent of complaints received from the people of Delhi regarding the air pollution from their area are yet to be resolved. The interaction plan is still not submitted by the Delhi government.
The Chief Minister of Delhi Arvind Kejriwal has announced a seven-point action plan in order to fight the pollution crisis. He is putting the onus on the three neighbouring states- Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, and Punjab.