Lethal Gas Chambers of India: Research Report on Pollution in Delhi
This research report reveals the worsening environmental situation in India’s capital New Delhi because of increasing air pollution. Of late, the hazardous effects of pollution have exacerbated as the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs, Government of India, has unleashed a brutal scheme under the FAR (floor area ratio) construction policy.
The new scheme allows inhabited group housing complexes of Delhi to extend their existing buildings by allowing individual flat owners to construct more rooms, balconies, etc. while ignoring the health and safety concerns of others who prefer to live in a clean, peaceful environment.
The ill-conceived FAR policy has led to a widespread building construction activity in all parts of Delhi – particularly in the group housing complexes where nearly one-fifth of Delhi’s estimated 30 million people live. Obviously, this massive construction work is spreading lethal cement-dust and noise pollution in and around the sites where construction is happening.
The report urges the global community including the UN and the U.S. Department of State and the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) to impose strict economic, diplomatic, and trade sanctions on India. It also suggests that the Indian ministers, politicians, and top officials must be punished with travel bans on them and freezing of their assets, and they should be declared as environmental terrorists.
You can download and study the research report and share it with your family members, friends, neighbours, and colleagues so that they could support this environment protection activity. Or you can read the previous version of this report in the e-book format which is given below.
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