Now pollution warning will be issued in Jaipur on the lines of Meteorological Department
The state government is committed to realizing the concept of pollution free Rajasthan and in this direction, the Board is taking every possible step to make the state pollution free. Rajasthan State Pollution Control Board Chairman Shikhar Aggarwal said this.
While presiding over the 151st meeting of the State Pollution Control Board, Aggarwal said that the agenda of the meeting has been prepared by the Pollution Control Board by giving special importance to the interests of the stakeholders and the general public along with the interests of the personnel of the Board.
During this meeting, discussions were held on 10 new air quality monitoring vehicles in the state, installation of 15 CAAQMS to monitor air pollution in new districts, pollution level warning being issued by the Pollution Control Board on the lines of the Meteorological Department in Jaipur, Medical health check up of working officers and employees every year, establishment of Joint Building Environment Complex of Forest, Environment and Pollution Control Board in the state along with provisions made by the state government for government employees and officers like Old Pension Scheme, RGHS. Various agendas like increase in the number of posts, amendment in promotion rules were agreed upon.