Red light on, Gaadi off” mega campaign will be started in all the 70 legislative assembly of Delhi from October 26 – Gopal Rai
Delhi Environment Minister Shri Gopal Rai on Thursday said that Red light on, Gaadi off” mega campaign will be started in all the 70 legislative assemblies of Delhi from October 26. He said that under this mega campaign, residents of all the 70 constituencies will be made aware about the importance of this campaign. He said that there is an appeal to the residents of Delhi that they should take part in the mega campaign starting in Delhi from 26th October. MLAs of Delhi along with the environment minister today took part in this campaign at the Tilak Marg crossing.
“The Delhi government along with the people of Delhi has started the “red light on, gaadi off” campaign against pollution. This campaign calls for a collaborative effort for the betterment of the citizens of Delhi. As mentioned earlier, 15-20% vehicle pollution can be reduced by way of mass participation. This campaign will go on until November 15, 2020. On Thursday the MLAs of Delhi joined the campaign and on Friday the councillors of Delhi will join the campaign at the Barakhamba road crossing. To make this a mass movement, the campaign will be carried out at all the 70 assembly constituencies from October 26. On that day we will launch a mega campaign in Delhi to make people aware of this initiative to combat vehicular pollution.