90% of city-specific clean air plans in India lack budget outlines: Study

The study also found that apart from Delhi's clean air plan, other city-specific clean air plans also do not have a legal mandate for implementation

Delhi air pollution

The study reveals that multiplicity of agencies is another problem that plagues these plans.

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Only nine among 102 city-specific clean air plans have a budget outline for implenting their targets, a new study has found.

National capital Delhi is among cities that has

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First Published: Jun 11 2020 | 9:05 AM IST

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