Haryana Government Shuts Schools in four NCR districts:
Haryana Schools Shuts: Amid expanding air contamination in the National Capital Region (NCR), the Haryana Government has chosen to close down all administration and tuition-based schools in four regions – Gurugram, Faridabad, Sonipat, and Jhijar – beginning today, November 15. The declaration came a day after the Delhi Government’s choice. To close schools for seven days beginning from today to shield kids from the effects of air contamination.
The state governments and locale organizations in the National Capital Region have likewise been recommended to issue a “resident sanction/warning” for the general population on advances that should be taken during different phases of the Graded Response Action Plan (GRAP). On Saturday, the Delhi government declared. The closure of schools from November 15 to November 21 to protect. Children from the bad impact of pollution on children.
The Haryana government’s steps came a day after the Aam Aadmi Party-led Delhi. The government announced similar measures to deal with the pollution crisis.
“EDUCATION IS THE KEY TO SUCCESS”
“Keeping in view the rising levels of air pollution in the districts of Haryana around the National Capital Territory, Delhi which is Gurugram, Faridabad, Sonipat, and Jhajjar, the Haryana government has decided that all schools will remain closed with immediate effect till November 17, 2021,” an official spokesperson said.
वायु प्रदूषण पर रोकथाम के मद्देनज़र हरियाणा सरकार ने त्वरित क़दम उठाते हुए NCR के चार ज़िलों गुरुग्राम, फ़रीदाबाद, सोनीपत व झज्जर को लेकर कई निर्णय लिए हैं. इन जिलों में सरकारी व निजी स्कूलों को बंद कर दिया गया है. हर तरह के निर्माण कार्यों पर भी रोक लगा दी गई है. #airpollution pic.twitter.com/AE83TxjgUA
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The commission said five areas — stubble burning, construction, and demolition activities dust from roads and open areas, vehicular pollution. And industrial emissions — need better focus with intensified efforts by the agencies concerned.