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A division bench of Justice S. Ravindra Bhat and Justice Pratibha M. Singh posted the matter for July 4 and sought names for setting up the task force.
The bench opined that instead of the court issuing directions from time to time to bring down air pollution, the task force can do so as well as monitor the progress.
The court had earlier expressed serious concern over increasing air pollution what is "akin to living in a gas chamber", asked the central and city governments to act strongly to curb pollution.
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