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Centre’s Air Quality Panel For Delhi-NCR Shuts Down 5 Months After Formation

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The commission on air quality was established by the Centre in October last year.

New Delhi:

The central government’s Commission for Air Quality Management in National Capital Region and Adjoining Areas has been shut down within five months of its constitution.

The commission, which was established by the Centre in October last year, has shut down as the ordinance under which it was set up has lapsed.

Union Environment Secretary R P Gupta said since the ordinance was not introduced in Parliament within six weeks of its convention, it has lapsed and consequently, the commission also stands shut,  news agency PTI reported.

“The ordinance never became an Act. Any ordinance has to be introduced within six weeks of the convening of Parliament. It did not happen, so the ordinance has lapsed and hence, the commission is dissolved,” he said.

The commission was headed by M M Kutty, a former secretary in the ministry of petroleum and natural gas.

(Except for the headline, this story has not been edited by NDTV staff and is published from a press release)



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