India already has the uncomfortable honour of having the world's deadliest air. A Boston-based advocacy group's report called the Study of Global Air 2017 says over 1 million people had early deaths because of pollution in India and that India and China together accounted for half the world's total pollution deaths. Yet, just a few days ago, our environment minister went on record to say there's 'no conclusive data to establish direct correlation of death exclusively with air pollution'. Is the government in denial and what can we as concerned citizens do as this alarming new report signals an urgent call for action? What's the pollution solution? We debate on The Buck Stops Here.