Citizens voice their concernfor a dwner environment
Angered over the
alarming rise in
aft pollution levels
In Whk,resfdents made themselves
an November 2, they
office OW1 wrth
leaving the office
response to the
'FlIght to dean eir
campaign! launched by
for Science and
Environment (CSE) on November 1. The
release of Slow
murder, a study on
air pollution by CSE.
some of the complained that they received a luke-worm response from PMO, which directed them to make enquiries about the air pollution status from the ministry- of environment and forest (MEP). The MEF eventually directed the calls back to CSE. A concerned citizen frota'-Jailtor called up CSE to say : "The PM's office was not at all helpful".
Undeterred, many of Delhi's citizens are, continuing their campaign. When asked about the PMO's response to the telephone calls, a CSE reporter raceived a blunt answer:"Inquire from CSE which is giving-the information".
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