KCR's New Policies To Curb Air-Pollution
As a measure to curb pollution, Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao, on Tuesday, took a few steps to curb pollution in the Telangana state. It was in accordance to a report by Greenpeace India in which it
CM directed the senior officials and District collectors to take the problem of air pollution as a top agenda in the “Pattana Pragathi” (Urban Development) program to
“We are seeing how it is suffering. Hyderabad, which is regarded as the most liveable city, will also have to face severe pollution problems if it is neglected and proper measures are not taken now,” the chief minister exclaimed.
He also ordered the authorities to devise a plan to develop dense forests in the available forest lands and control the pollution in the city. There are around 1.6 lakh hectares of forest land available in and around Hyderabad.