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दिल्ली में केजरीवाल की सरकार पर भी ऍनजीटी की टेडी नजर : थोपा २५ करोड़ रु का दंड

[नई दिल्ली]दिल्ली में केजरीवाल की सरकार पर भी ऍन जी टी की टेडी नजर : थोपा २५ करोड़ रु का दंड | इससे पूर्व पंजाब सरकार पर भी ५० करोड़ रु का जुर्माना लगाया जा चुका है
नेशनल ग्रीन ट्रिब्यूनल के चेयरपर्सन जस्टिस आदर्श कुमार गोयल ने आज दिल्ली में अरविन्द केजरीवाल की सरकार को दिल्ली में प्रदूषण के प्रति लापरवाही बरतने के फलस्वरूप सेंट्रल पोल्लुशण कण्ट्रोल बोर्ड [Central Pollution Control Board ] में २५ करोड रु जमा करवाने को कहा है|
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NGT Hammers Jaypee Vasant Hotel For Environmental Degradation

[New Delhi]NGT Hammers Jaypee Vasant Hotel For Environmental Degradation
NGT directs 5-star Jaypee Vasant hotel to submit details of water use
The National Green Tribunal has directed a five-star hotel to submit details of its water consumption
A bench headed by Justice U D Salvi directed Hotel Jaypee Vasant to inform the tribunal about the supply of water it received through tankers between August, 2015 to January, 2016 and also submit all bills in this regard.
During the hearing, Delhi Jal Board told the bench that the hotel has two sanctioned water lines and the average consumption for 26 days is 139 kilo litres that is 5.3 litres per day through one of the water lines. The consumption from the other water line is almost negligible
The counsel appearing for the hotel informed the bench that the water requirements are met either by Delhi Jal Board or water tankers.
The tribunal had last year issued notices to
three five-star hotels,
Central Ground Water Authority,
Delhi Jal Board,
New Delhi Municipal Council,
Central Pollution Control Board.
The directions came while hearing a plea filed by Delhi resident Shailesh Singh seeking directions to immediately stop withdrawal of ground water without permission.
Singh had alleged that these five-star hotels were using “several lakh litres” of ground water and the sources of water are not visible in their premises.
The plea had alleged that according to Delhi Pollution Control Committee, one of the hotels was extracting 2,22,600 litres of water from supply and is having two bore-wells to extract ground water.
Earlier, the tribunal had imposed a fine of Rs 7.5 lakh on one of the hotels after it found “unsatisfactory” rain water harvesting systems in their premises

Taj Saying Aah! NGT Heard This Cry And Issued Notice To Centre

[New Delhi] Taj Saying Aah! NGT Heard This Cry And Issued Notice To Centre
No Doubt Viewer Of Taj Can Not Stop Himself/Herself From Saying Wah Taj But In Fact Pollution Is Turning Wonderful Taj Mahal Yellow.It May Be Added That Entry Fee Has Been Doubled .
The National Green Tribunal has asked the Centre to respond to the plea of an environment enthusiast alleging that large scale burning of municipal solid waste in Agra was turning the Taj Mahal yellow.
The green panel also restrained civic authorities from burning municipal solid waste and other waste in open in Agra and the areas around the eco-sensitive Taj Trapezium Zone.
A bench headed by NGT Chairperson Justice Swatanter Kumar issued notices to Ministry of Environment & Forests, Ministry of Urban Development, Uttar Pradesh government, Central Pollution Control Board and others while seeking their reply in two weeks.
The order came on a plea filed by Agra resident and green activist D K Joshi, who claimed a joint study by IIT-Kanpur, Georgia Institute of Technology and University of Wisconsin had revealed that “brown and black carbons along with dust” were responsible for giving yellow tinge to the 17th century white marble monument.
“Subsequent to the report, the parliamentary standing committee on environment passed several directions to the Agra administration to curb pollution in the city.
The drains and canals have been converted into sewer lines which fall directly into River Yamuna without any treatment by the various authorities including Nagar Nigam Agra, Agra Development Authority, Cantonment Board and areas falling under the TTZ Authority