Stubble Can be Converted Into CNG, Says Arvind Kejriwal Asking Neighbouring States to Come Together to Work on it
Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal (Photo Credits: IANS)

Delhi, November 6: In order to control the rising pollution in the state, CM Arvind Kejriwal has suggested developing a technology that can convert stubble to CNG. In a tweet, he said, "I had several meetings today wid [sic] experts. It is technologically and commercially possible to convert stubble into CNG. This will provide jobs, additional income to farmers and solve our annual problem of pollution. However, it requires all governments to come together n work on this."

As the city continues to remain engulfed in toxic smoke due to stubble burning, Kejriwal had previously requested governments of Punjab, Harayana and UP to provide machinery to the farmers to stop the activity. Odd-Even Rule, Day 3 Today: Delhi Air Quality Improves But Remains in 'Unhealthy' Category, Smog Continues to Cover the Sky.

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Kejriwal has started the odd-even car rule in the state on Monday to curb the rise in air pollution. Even though there hasn't been a drastic improvement, but the air quality has marginally improved over the last few days. Schools have reopened from today after the Delhi government declared a public health emergency on Friday.