The meeting reviewed the situation arising out of stubble burning, construction activities, burning of wastes and industrial and vehicular pollution.
It has been decided that the Cabinet Secretary, Rajiv Guaba will monitor the situation with these States on a daily basis.
State Chief Secretaries have been asked to monitor the situation in the districts on 24×7 basis.
The Centre has also asked the neighboring states to reduce fire incidents and dust levels due to adverse meteorological conditions in the last three days. Chief Secretaries of the states provided details about the actions being taken by them to improve the situation.
About 300 teams have been deployed in the field in the national capital to tackle the challenge of air pollution. Main focus is on 7 Industrial Clusters and major traffic corridors in the NCR.
Similar arrangements have also been made by Punjab and Haryana and necessary machinery has been provided in the states.
The meeting is in continuation of the meeting held by Principal Secretary to Prime Minister on 24th of October.
The states had assured that necessary measures will be put in place at the earliest.