Stubble Burning continuing see attached

Most of the designated parliamentarians in the parliaments committee didnt show up. Only 4 in 29 attended. Officials in the environment ministry and MCDs also bunked it. See the attached stubble burning or farm fire graphic as of this morning.

We are killing ouselves bad policy and no enforcement is to be blamed.

Each one of you shoiuld comment on what u want done. Otherwise just hold your peace and dont be a circle member. more  

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n South India, the stubble is buried/composted aiding to fertility of soil. Wonder why is it being burnt ? ( It would further help if the region switched from wheat to millets which provide better nutrition in smaller quantities and consumes lesser resources ). more  
Stubble burning is an age old practice! Nobody knows or tried to find out actually what is contributing to the pollution. Interested people blaming one thing or the other. Some factories deliberately release pollution. But no one will speak about them. more  
We are the most indesciplined lot including most of the buerocrates and politicians.Such a serious subject these people are not interested. more  
Management of rice stubble
The farmers burn stubble as the time period between rice and wheat crops is
very short now.
The easiest way to stop this burning is use of no till machines to sow the
next crop.

On Tue, 19 Nov 2019 at 11:37, Sudesh Rai <support@localcirclesmail.com>
wrote:

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Dear Bro,This is crop's waste, can this STUBBLE be RECYCLE rather than burn n create nuisance ?Regards
On Tuesday, November 19, 2019, 12:35:07 PM GMT+4, Sudesh Rai <support@localcirclesmail.com> wrote: more  
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