Petition to UNICEF, United Nations, Arvind Kejriwal, Devendra Fadnavis, World Health Organisation
Saplings planted in a year equals the population in India.
With the increased level of contamination in the environment it has become a lively risk to even calculate the age till which we will survive. We on one hand have kept expanding our needs and wants and also devised methods to achieve them but dropped the basic formalities we owe to the Nature. The Nature since inception has compromised on everything large and small to satisfy livelihood and while we must have been benevolent towards the contribution of the Plant Kingdom, we decided to outrageously uproot all their existence and create concrete jungles to satisfy more of our greed. But since the last few years, geotropical conditions have changed erratically creating a massive void between the compromises made by the Ecology around us and how much we have contributed to restore its balance. Since we are already running way off the schedule it will be better to scrap off further plans of depleting the environment and try work to the do even the minimal possible. Thus I am here with a petition to all my fellow country-mates asking for your due support to elevate and evaluate this initiative that demands sapling plantation over a year from now to equal the population of our Country. If we take a pledge, its possible. It actually is way more easier to actually plant a sapling that the time we waste in thinking that we have done the same. Help me, help us, help the Nature to gain its magnificence. Thank you to one and all supporting this initiative and bringing in more people to join the common goal. We want our deed to pass down to the Government of India, the Ministry of Environment and Forest Restoration, the United Nations conservation wing and many others from the dignified society we live in.
Petition to Arvind Kejriwal, Arvind Kejriwal, CITIZENS OF DELHI, Delhi Government, Punjab government, Haryana government
Make Delhi’s Air Smog-Free Again With A Time-Tested Solution
Every year, North India gets choked by the poisonous smoke coming from nearby farms due to crop residue burning. It is high time now to solve this issue and take action to prevent this from happening this year too. Through crop residue management, we have been working to solve this issue in 25 villages of Haryana and are adding more every day.
Petition to All political parties in India
Politicians against Air Pollution
Let us join our hands to put pressure on our politicians to include curbing air pollution as an agenda in their election manifesto. We need to make them accountable. We have to leave a better world for our future generations!
Petition to Arvind Kejriwal, Shri. Arvind Kejriwal, Sh. Manish Sisodia, Shri. Satyendar Jain, Shri. Kapil Mishra
Widen Peeragarhi Railway Flyover Bridge (The Section above the Railway Tracks)
The Railway Bridge on the Outer Ring Road between Peeragarhi and Mangolpuri (Delhi) crossings is at least 25 years old. The traffic on the section has increased hundreds of time. The width of the bridge (just exactly above the railway tracks) has remained same for all these years. Although width of the ramp road etc have been widened several times over last three decades. Many additions to this railway bridge have taken place such as the flyover over Rohtak Road on one side and Mangol Puri on the other side. The latest addition is the new Elevated corridor between Vikas Puri to Madhuban Chowk. As a result of all the free flowing traffic on this elevated corridor, the small section we are talking about (i.e. the old bridge just over the railway tracks) has become a bottleneck on this elevated corridor and there are regular traffic jams over this bridge. On top of that various vendors (selling helmets, water, paan-bidi etc) have settled their shops there as they have good sale with slow traffic or traffic jams. Their customers stop there, which adds to the bottleneck. It is high time that the railway bridge part is widened at point no. 1 as shown in the enclosed picture. In fact this widening should have been a part of the Elevated Corridor. In addition to this, another work will help reduce traffic load on Peeragarhi Crossing. A small road & underpass (for cars, scooters etc) can be made between Mangol Puri Industrial Area Phase 2 and Paschim Vihar (as shown point no.2 in the picture). It will again drastically reduce load on Peeragarhi Crossing becasue those coming from Rani Bagh or Mangol Puri side can come to Rohtak road without coming via Peeragarhi thereby reducing congestion there.