Nov 10, 2017
Delhi smog: City's residents frustrated over car rationing
Twitter users in the smog-choked Indian capital Delhi have criticised the re-introduction of car rationing as a "Tokenistic" effort to curb pollution. Some of the city's residents asked on Twitter, did authorities wait until the onset of winter this year to pass legislation on car rationing? Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal, who has called the city a "Gas chamber", drew personal flak on Twitter for relying on car rationing and other emergency measures to clean up the city's air instead of implementing longer-term solutions. Large parts of northern India are also affected - in fact the air in some cities is worse than in Delhi. The National Green Tribunal, India's top environment court, is still reviewing the car rationing scheme.
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