Delhi: To reduce pollution in Delhi, the AAP government may consider getting artificial rain. On Monday, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal (CM Arvind Kejriwal) said on the suggestion that came during the meeting with The Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) that he will explore its possibilities.
On Monday, CM Arvind Kejriwal held a meeting with The Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) at the Delhi Secretariat and discussed in detail about pollution, infrastructure and employment in Delhi and other important issues. CM Arvind Kejriwal said that the technology of artificial rain is being used in China and Dubai, on the same lines we will see its possibility in Delhi, especially during the three months of winter. CII will cooperate with its CSR funds in the beautification work of roads by Delhi Government.
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During this, CII requested to reduce the circle rate of industrial and commercial land to promote new industries. On which the CM has instructed Revenue Minister Atishi to work on making the circle rate rational. Revenue Minister Atishi, Industries Minister Saurabh Bhardwaj, DDC Vice Chairman Jasmin Shah, CII Delhi Chairman Puneet Kaur besides Harsh Bansal, Jaideep Ahuja, Rachna Jindal were present in the meeting.
Very serious about Delhi’s environmental pollution
Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal is very serious about the environmental pollution of Delhi. The government is continuously making serious efforts to control pollution. The result of this is that compared to 2015, pollution has reduced by 30 percent. In the meeting held with CII, there was a detailed discussion on reducing pollution. There was discussion on taking the help of cloud seeding technology (artificial rain) to reduce pollution. This technology is being used in Dubai and China. Under this technique, the plane goes into the sky and rain is made in the clouds with the help of chemicals. Kanpur IIT is working on cloud seeding technology.