Highlighting water issues confronted by Delhi yearly, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia demanded the formation of a committee to debate and determine how a lot further water the capital ought to get after building of the Renuka Dam in Himachal Pradesh.
He made the demand on the Northern Area Council Assembly chaired by Union House Minister Amit Shah in Jaipur on Saturday. The council includes Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir, Punjab, Rajasthan, Nationwide Capital Territory of Delhi and Union Territory of Chandigarh.
Sisodia mentioned the Delhi authorities has contributed Rs 214 crore for the development of the dam in order that Delhi will probably be given water on precedence foundation. “I raised the problems of air pollution, water and Yamuna river air pollution within the Northern states Council Assembly held at present in Jaipur. After I raised the difficulty, it was agreed within the council that the choice on how a lot further water Delhi ought to get after the development of Renuka dam must be determined by forming a committee prematurely,” mentioned Sisodia in a tweet.
He added: “On the initiative of Arvind Kejriwal ji, the Delhi Authorities contributed Rs 214 crore for the development of Renuka dam. That’s the reason within the 2019 understanding, it’s talked about that of the extra water acquired from the dam, Delhi will probably be given water on precedence.”
Sisodia additionally raised a number of points associated to vehicular and river air pollution in Delhi. He mentioned, “I additionally mentioned within the council assembly that the Delhi authorities has fully transformed its public transport into CNG or e-buses, however about 10,000 diesel-run buses from neighbouring states are getting into Delhi making it troublesome for the federal government to curb air pollution.”
The Delhi Transport division lately wrote to its neighbouring states to deploy solely BS-VI compliant gas run buses from October 1. The division can be planning to ban entry of heavy business automobiles into Delhi for 4 months ranging from October.
Sisodia additional mentioned wastewater containing 5,000 cusecs of business chemical substances from Haryana is being dumped each day into Najafgarh drain which later enters the Yamuna. “Wastewater containing chemical substances must be recycled after which launched into the drain,” he mentioned, including a committee has additionally been fashioned on this regard.