Delhi: NGT establishes high level committee to oversee cleaning of Yamuna, Lieutenant Governor will be the chairman of the committee

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The National Green Tribunal (NGT) has appointed a high-level committee to clean up the Yamuna in Delhi. It will be headed by the Lieutenant Governor (LG) of Delhi. As the government of Delhi has completely failed to follow the orders of the Supreme Court and NG for the past 29 years, a committee has been set up to oversee and follow up on the orders.

The court said it appears that the decisions of the Supreme Court and the NGT have been largely ignored in terms of cleaning up the Yamuna. The orders were not executed within the specified time. The performance of the Delhi government has not been satisfactory in terms of meeting ground reality and responsibility for cleaning the Yamuna. With regard to the cleaning and pollution control of Yamuna, it seems necessary that the highest administrative officials are involved.

After brainstorming on all aspects, the NGT assembled a high-level committee of the concerned authorities. The lieutenant governor, chairman of the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) and administrator of Delhi has been asked to head the high-level committee.

Uncontrolled flow of pollutants continues even after millions have been spent. Due to incomplete sewage works in many residential areas, the level of pollution in Yamuna can also be seen in the data shown on the website of Delhi Pollution Control Board and NGT. Even after spending Rs 1500 crore on behalf of the Delhi government, the order was not followed.

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The National Green Tribunal (NGT) has appointed a high-level commission to clean up the Yamuna in Delhi. It will be headed by the Lieutenant Governor (LG) of Delhi. As the government of Delhi has completely failed to follow the orders of the Supreme Court and the NG for the past 29 years, a committee has been set up to oversee and follow up on the orders.

The court said it appears that the decisions of the Supreme Court and the NGT have been largely ignored in terms of cleaning up the Yamuna. The orders were not carried out within the prescribed period. The performance of the Delhi government has not been satisfactory in terms of meeting ground reality and responsibility for cleaning the Yamuna. With regard to the cleaning and pollution control of Yamuna, it seems necessary that the highest administrative officials are involved.

After brainstorming on all aspects, the NGT assembled a high-level committee of the concerned authorities. The lieutenant governor, chairman of the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) and administrator of Delhi has been asked to head the high-level committee.

Uncontrolled flow of pollutants continues even after millions have been spent. Due to incomplete sewage works in many residential areas, the level of pollution in Yamuna can also be seen in the data shown on the website of Delhi Pollution Control Board and NGT. Even after spending Rs 1500 crore on behalf of the Delhi government, the order was not followed.

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