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India's women lawmakers wear face masks to mock air pollution

  • Author:Candy Tang
  • Release on:2019-11-20

India's women lawmakers wear face masks to mock air pollution

Air quality in the Indian capital has been deteriorating in recent days.Air pollution has also been a major topic of discussion in the Indian parliament, with one female lawmaker even wearing a face mask during the session.

According to "India today" reported 20, Trinamool Congres (Trinamool Congres) mp kakoli gesh dastar appeared in parliament wearing a mask. "nine of the ten most polluted cities in the world are in India.I would like to bring to the government's attention the rather disturbing negative comments made by other foreign heads of state during their visits to India.""Starr said.

Another mp, manish twari, suggested the creation of a statutory commission to deal with issues related to pollution and climate change.

Bharatiya janata party mp pravesh velma said the Delhi government had spent 6 billion rupees on advertising and failed to do enough to curb air pollution.He said the air pollution should not be blamed solely on residents burning crop stalks while ignoring vehicle and dust pollution.

Suda nayya, a resident from south Delhi, India, said her daughter wears a mask to school every day, which bothers her. "I don't know how long this situation will last," she said.