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Air pollution matter: SC to hear environmentalist M.C. Mehta's plea

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The Supreme will today hear the plea filed by noted environmentalist M. C. Mehta in the air pollution matter.

The apex court, earlier on January 17, warned that the problem of air pollution was very serious and it was important to find a solution for the same, on an urgent basis.

The observation was made by the after amicus curiae and senior advocate Harish Salve said there was a need to ensure 100 percent compliance of Pollution Under Certificate (PUC) and linking them with the of vehicles.

The bench of judges questioned Solicitor General Ranjit Kumar, who was appearing for the Centre, to specify the number of PUC centres in

Following which, Kumar said that there were 962 such centres in and each of them inspects around 5,000 vehicles every three months.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Air pollution matter: SC to hear environmentalist M.C. Mehta's plea

The Supreme Court will today hear the plea filed by noted environmentalist M. C. Mehta in the air pollution matter.The apex court, earlier on January 17, warned that the problem of air pollution was very serious and it was important to find a solution for the same, on an urgent basis.The observation was made by the court after amicus curiae and senior advocate Harish Salve said there was a need to ensure 100 percent compliance of Pollution Under Certificate (PUC) and linking them with the insurance of vehicles.The bench of judges questioned Solicitor General Ranjit Kumar, who was appearing for the Centre, to specify the number of PUC centres in Delhi.Following which, Kumar said that there were 962 such centres in Delhi and each of them inspects around 5,000 vehicles every three months.

The Supreme will today hear the plea filed by noted environmentalist M. C. Mehta in the air pollution matter.

The apex court, earlier on January 17, warned that the problem of air pollution was very serious and it was important to find a solution for the same, on an urgent basis.

The observation was made by the after amicus curiae and senior advocate Harish Salve said there was a need to ensure 100 percent compliance of Pollution Under Certificate (PUC) and linking them with the of vehicles.

The bench of judges questioned Solicitor General Ranjit Kumar, who was appearing for the Centre, to specify the number of PUC centres in

Following which, Kumar said that there were 962 such centres in and each of them inspects around 5,000 vehicles every three months.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Air pollution matter: SC to hear environmentalist M.C. Mehta's plea

The Supreme will today hear the plea filed by noted environmentalist M. C. Mehta in the air pollution matter.

The apex court, earlier on January 17, warned that the problem of air pollution was very serious and it was important to find a solution for the same, on an urgent basis.

The observation was made by the after amicus curiae and senior advocate Harish Salve said there was a need to ensure 100 percent compliance of Pollution Under Certificate (PUC) and linking them with the of vehicles.

The bench of judges questioned Solicitor General Ranjit Kumar, who was appearing for the Centre, to specify the number of PUC centres in

Following which, Kumar said that there were 962 such centres in and each of them inspects around 5,000 vehicles every three months.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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