Special focus to be on stretch between Aluva & Eloor Ferry, committees formed for purpose
If any violation is found, committee will have to submit factual, action reports to tribunal
The NGT sought a status report after four months by e-mail and posted the matter for hearing on April 13 next year.
Taking suo motu cognizance of an article published in The New Indian Express on November 6, the tribunal has constituted a joint committee to visit the spot and assess the damage caused
The National Green Tribunal has also fined Kangeyam Municipality Rs 1.41 crore for illegal dumping of solid waste.
The official page of Warner Bros India shared a video of veteran actor Dimple Kapadia, who makes her Hollywood debut with the film, announcing the release date on Twitter.
The environment ministry has raised concerns over relaxations given to industries in usage of groundwater and not having strict norms to check its pollution.
Though three days have already passed, the civic body is yet to lift the immersion waste from the river bed creating an unhygienic surrounding for locals.
The Bihar State Pollution Control Board had on November 10 written to the chief secretary and the director general of police informing them about the NGT order.
The tribunal passed the order after perusing a status report by the Air Force which mentioned that green norms have been laid down and environmentally friendly procedures are being adhered to.
The principal bench of the NGT on Monday imposed a total ban on sale and use of firecrackers in all "cities and towns where the average ambient air quality in November last year was poor or worse"
As per the SoP, joint commissioner of police will keep a daily record of inventory of crackers stacked in shops and godowns of traders, who were granted the license for this festival season.
The committee also decided to visit the lake sites to take stock of the ground situation, before the next meeting.
The state government said it has decided to put a 'complete ban' on the sale of crackers in the state to check the coronavirus spread due to pollution caused by the bursting of crackers.
The NGT was earlier informed that air pollution is an important co-factor increasing the risk of mortality from COVID-19 as per latest research.