Pollution issue of Noida - Candidates will solve
there is an article today in paper saying that lok sabha candidates are saying they will solve the pollution issue of noida.
most funny is the existing MP Mahesh Sharma who says he is the best qualified to sove the pollution problem as he is doctor.
Only thing is the doctor sahab was sleeping the last 4 years when pollution touched 600-900 levels in Noida.
What a mockery! more
Pollution level in Noida is increasing day by day and the state government is local MP is not taking any corrective measures.I think in our country all the politicians should be given a wake-up call by showing the power citizens by casting our vote for the one who works for us.
A new system should be implemented in the country to check the work done by every MP or MLA in their respective constituency.Before any election the central and state governments both should display the work done by their elected members as per the allotted work within the period of 5 years. more
When I breathe, I inhale oxygen and exhale carbon dioxide. Am I considered a polluter because of this may be causing lot of problem to others like global warming, rashes , irritated skin etc? How do I find what is my carbon footprint? more
All of have comments on an MP . Have we ever thought of giving a helping hand be it pollution or the cleanliness of place. By and large we tend to critize a system. more
Many industries survive due to the fact that the natural resources are being polluted or reduced which causes inconvenience to the people and so solution is provided artificially. Similar is pollution. Pollution caused warming of atmosphere, allergies, skin problems, tiredness and breathlessness and so air conditioners, air purifiers, medicines, etc are sold giving revenue and taxes to the politicians to live a life of luxury. Mr Mahesh Sharma will never reduce the business of his hospitals by improving the environment. Politicians have rightly understood the principle of "No Pain No Gain" meaning that if you have to gain give pain to others. more
Why just Dr Sharma, none of these politicians have the ability to tackle this on their own. And even if they could take help of their technical advisers, what is lacking is their political will to resolve it, to start with .... more