Delhi Metro News Delhi Environment Minister Gopal Rai said that shuttle bus facility will be started from Delhi Secretariat to ITO and Indraprastha Metro Station so that shuttle bus service can come to the Secretariat. People will also be recommended to travel by metro.
In view of the improvement in the level of pollution in Delhi, the government has lifted the restrictions. On Wednesday, Environment Minister Gopal Rai made an announcement to this effect and said that schools and colleges will be opened from Monday. CNG and electric trucks will be allowed entry from November 27 while the entry of other trucks will be banned till December 3.
Government offices will also be opened from 29. An advisory has been issued to come by public transport. At the same time, Gopal Rai said that shuttle bus facility will be started from Delhi Secretariat to ITO and Indraprastha Metro Station, so that shuttle bus service can come to the Secretariat. He told that we will also appeal to the government employees to use the metro.
On Wednesday, after discussing the current situation with the top officials of all the departments concerned, Gopal Rai said in a press conference that the pollution level in Delhi is improving continuously for the last three days. The air index of Delhi has reached the pollution situation before Diwali. The pollution level started increasing continuously after Diwali.
In view of this, many restrictions were imposed in Delhi. He said that many decisions have been taken in the review meeting held with the higher officials of Delhi. Entry of trucks from outside in Delhi was till now closed except for essential services. Now it has been decided that from 27th CNG and electric trucks, entry will be given. Apart from this, vehicles of essential services will get entry.
Government offices will open from 29, advisory issued to come by public transport
Environment Minister Gopal Rai said that there was work frame in government departments and government offices were closed. 29 will be opened. For this, advisory has been issued to all government employees to use public transport as much as possible. The government has also run private CNG buses. These buses will be deployed in such colonies from where government employees come. For example, Nimdi Colony, Gulabi Bagh and Timarpur.