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Noida: Pollution board takes up complaints on Twitter

NOIDA: The Noida Authority and the Uttar Pradesh Pollution Control Board (UPPCB) have separately started addressing citizens’ proceedings related to pollution made through Twitter.

The normal supervisor (tasks) of Noida Authority, Rajeev Tyagi, mentioned they have been scanning tweets posted during the last two months and taking action accordingly. “We have started scanning Twitter for the past two months and increasingly proceedings at the moment are coming in the course of the platform. We try to reply once possible and an officer on the degree of leader engineer handles all of the queries,” he mentioned.

The regional officer of UPPCB, Anil Singh, also confirmed that Twitter proceedings at the moment are being treated as reputable. “We get pollution comparable proceedings each day and take a look at and mitigate them once possible. However, some proceedings can’t be addressed in an instant and now not all proceedings are legitimate as well,” he mentioned.

Amit Gupta, a resident of Noida who has been actively posting proceedings about roads, mud pollution and other such problems, mentioned that most of his proceedings on Twitter get addressed by way of the companies. “Noida Authority has now started conserving a dossier of Twitter primarily based proceedings and they have shared the details of the voters’ proceedings addressed by way of them,” he mentioned.

Meanwhile, the citizens of Noida Extension filed a criticism with the National Green Tribunal (NGT) on Monday and in addition held a meeting with the Greater Noida Industrial Development Authority (GNIDA) about mud pollution in the house. The citizens claimed that the pollution has been on the upward thrust due to negligent builder task, broken roads and insufficient water sprinkling on the construction websites.

Commenting on their assembly, Narendra Bhooshan, the CEO of GNIDA, mentioned, “Residents had some specific proceedings related to roads and pollution and now we have confident them that they would be addressed accordingly.”

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