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The capital city has become a 'gas chamber'. This is one of the darkest periods in history of Delhi when the residents are forced to stay indoor, children can not go out to play, all the administrative measures are turning futile, gas masks now constitute an important part of shopping list and if this continues then the day is not far when residents will have to carry the oxygen cylinders for their daily outdoor activities.
It is 'we the people' of India who have to act expeditiously to save the lives of our elders, our youngsters and our children. Rise in air pollution has a direct bearing on health and life expectancy of the people so the time to act is now.
Through this petition, I wish to raise the consciousness of our political authorities to intervene and take necessary steps in the interest of public.
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