The Indian Medical Association has declared a public health emergency in Delhi. With a thick cloud of smog hovering over the capital city, the question of India’s pollution crisis is back in focus. On this episode of We The People, we ask: with PM 2.5 and PM 10 levels much above the WHO safe levels in most Indians cities throughout the year, shouldn’t the pollution issue be dealt with on an emergency footing across the year? With the Delhi government yet again pushing for its odd-even scheme despite no real success last year, has India run out of ideas to deal with this looming health crisis?
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