Anumita Roychowdhury from the Centre for Science and Environment said, “The Delhi government should take action based on daily air quality levels. They need to expedite mechanisms for implementation of the action plan.”
But Tuesday, as results were tallied up for the civic polls, Sheila Dikshit’s sentinels — Arvinder Singh Lovely, Haroon Yusuf and Ramakant Goswami — were all scattered. One had defected, the other two disappeared.
From garbage to pollution, roads to education, the municipal elections will have far-reaching consequences for the capital’s future. As Delhi votes on April 23, Indian Express take stock of the five big issues that could decide the fate of the polls