Delhi Environment minister seeks weekly status report on important projects

Updated On : 04 Jan , 2017 , 08:54 AM
Delhi Environment minister seeks weekly status report on important projects
Delhi Environment minister seeks weekly status report on important projects
New Delhi:

Delhi Environment minister Imran Hussain has told that his department will now be responsible to send weekly status reports of the important projects and work done under the pursuance of Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia’s instruction.

The reports will be submitted by Environment secretary weekly to the minister and to the Lieutenant Governor, Chief Minister, Deputy Chief Minister and chief secretary, told a senior government official.

The orders have been given by Manish Sisodia to all the heads of departments to submit a weekly status report concerning all the important projects and proposals to the ministers concerned as well as Lt Governor and Chief Minister.

The reports that will be submitted to the Environment minister will be reviews of air pollution control measures, implementation of various orders of National Green Tribunal regarding ban on burning waste material and dry leaves, plastic waste material, among others, informed the official.

The existing ambient air quality of city was reviewed by Hussain in a meeting with the senior officials of the department and the Delhi Pollution Control Committee, added the officer.  

First Published : Wednesday, January 04, 2017 08:37 AM
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