Delhi worst air city in the world 

Bad economy, coronavirus scare, people rioting for god’s sake fix the air administrators. For 2nd year in a row we have the worst air and absolutely none, none of the authorities have come back with a plan and action on whats being done to avoid a 1000 pm 2.5 november. more  

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For a change, instead of always asking the "authorities to do something", can citizens reduce the usage of private vehicles? there may be some incovenience with the public transport, but give it a try. more  
This is not the situation in Delhi only but it is across the nation, only the degree varies. As it is rightly said in this forum that we, as citizens, are also responsible for this. On top of this, local bodies inaction on such essentials. I think all defaulters must be penalized heavily to being in discipline. We have seen such disciplinary actions yielding results. In a nutshell, every citizen must be sincere and honest to perform his/her duties towards the nation, then country will prosper multi dimensionally. more  
PLANTATION OF ATLEAST 1 THOUSAND GROWN PLANTS IN ALL AVAILABLE AREAS IS MENDATARY TO REDUCE THIS POLLUTION. more  
We the citizens are to be blamed for this situation. We must stop bursting crackers during marriage birthday, and during any festival. Use metro and public transportation for commutations to office and school. more  
come to mumbai more  
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