Over 1 lakh deaths in 29 cities due pollution

Ischemic Heart Disease (IHD) is the leading cause of death accounting for 58% of the PM 2.5 related premature deaths. The most affected are children under the age of five and the 'productive age group' of 25-50 years, suggests the study titled Cause and Age, Specific Premature Mortality Attributable to PM 2.5 Exposure.

Minister Environment who ever you are can we please take this God Damn seriously. Your ministry seema defunct to us. We will all die 20 years earlier if 4-5 years of high PM 2.5 continues.

Local Circle have u approached this minister. Is he responsive? more  

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Pollution is a global issue and we are one of the nations on the top of the list. Sent from Yahoo Mail on Android On Sat, 15 Feb 2020 at 15:30, Vinita Agrawal wrote: more  
We have to have a campaign on all kinds of pollution OZA Chennai On Sat, 15 Feb 2020 at 15:37, Vinita Agrawal wrote: > more  
Recently PCRA organised a programme named Saksham ( Oil and Conservation Drive) for creating awareness among people to use cycles, Electric bikes/cars and pooling of vehicles regular check-up of vehicles, in which many Government employees, school children participated. Through media we came to know that a Motor Bike rally will be organised to unity of statue. Why this wastage? Rather than reducing pollution we shall be promoting it by doing so. more  
In Delhi ,Govt can do nothing for pollution control as budget does not allows, for treatment mohalla clinics has been opened, Further Delhites are getting freebies like Electricity, water & Bus, so one can have Freebies or pollution free Air and Delhites have chosen freebies. more  
Control population, increase forestation. Control fires by miscreants.No another way out. On Sat, Feb 15, 2020 at 4:02 PM Vinita Agrawal wrote: > more  
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