Day 304 : 16-Dec-15

Steps taken by AAP government in Delhi on 16-Dec-15:

  1. Delhi Transport Minister Gopal Rai met Delhi MLAs and sought their suggestions on the odd-even policy for vehicles planned to reduce pollution in the capital. (
  2. The Delhi government will select the chairperson of the capital’s proposed State Human Rights Commission (SHRC) in a meeting on Friday. (
  3. The Delhi AAP government has finalised its slum rehabilitation policy. ( ( (

Related News:

  1. DCW chairperson Swati Maliwal proposes using the Nirbhaya Fund for installation of CCTV cameras inside DTC buses and at all police stations of the country starting with Delhi. (
  2. Manish Sisodia Questions Arun Jaitley’s Remarks on CBI Raid at Delhi Secretariat. ( (
  3. Delhi Deputy Chief Minister said that the NDA government is trying to control the state government. (
  4. The Supreme Court bans the registration of diesel cars and SUVs above 2000cc in the national capital till March 31, in an attempt to clean up the city of pollution. ( ( ( ( ( ( (
  5. The man behind the CBI raids on Arvind Kejriwal’s top officer is Ashish Joshi, who was once handpicked for the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP)’s pet project, the Delhi Dialogue Commission. (
  6. Arvind Kejriwal should have checked Rajender Kumar’s background: Anna Hazare on CBI raid. ( (
  7. Officials of corruption watchdog Transparency International claims Arvind Kejriwal knew about corruption complaints on his officer Rajender Kumar. (
  8. Lack of connectivity, irregular DTC buses are the often heard complaints in Delhi. (
  9. Environmentalists have welcomed the landmark judgment from the Supreme Court of India that has stopped registration of all luxury diesel cars and SUVs with engine size of 2,000 cc in Delhi. (
  10. Construction work dust seems to be a major source of pollution in Delhi and NCR. (

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