Delhi News Highlights: Capital to have summer action plan to tackle pollution, says Environment Minister Gopal Rai

Meanwhile, Jamia Milia Islamia students taking postgraduate courses on mass media have demanded the resumption of offline classes. They wrote a letter to the Vice-Chancellor stating that the online mode of education is “incomplete”. The majority of students are from the lower middle class and feel “cheated” comparing the quality of online and offline courses and with the help of a survey, students proved that a majority want a mode of learning. offline education. There were 36 out of 39 students who voted for offline education.

Delhi’s Environment Minister Gopal Rai will chair a high-level multi-departmental air pollution meeting on Monday to plan a campaign against open burning of garbage, landfill fires and pollution by dust, officials said. The meeting will be held at Delhi Secretariat around 12:00 noon and senior officials from Department of Environment, Delhi Urban Shelter Improvement Board, Fire Service, Department of Works, Development Authority from Delhi and municipalities will be present.

Meanwhile, the Ghaziabad Nagar Nigam has rescinded its ordinance prohibiting the sale of raw meat during the Navratri period. According to the initial order issued on Friday, the ban would have been in effect between April 2 and April 10. Officials had claimed the ban on meat during the festival was a routine ordinance.