Ahead Of Top Court Pollution Hearing, Executive Order For Permanent Body | Read

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President Ram Nath Kovind has signed an ordinance or executive order for the formation of a committee to look into the air quality management in Delhi and its adjoining areas. The ordinance comes ahead of Thursday's hearing of the pollution issue in the Supreme Court. On Monday, the Centre told the Supreme Court that it would create a permanent body through legislation to deal with the annual air pollution problem in Delhi and its surrounding areas. Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, who was representing the government, had said the new legislation will be brought within three or four days.

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