CRPF effort to cut air pollution

CHANDIGARH:Doing its bit towards a cleaner environment, the 13 Battalion, CRPF, here provided an e-rickshaw to its staff to fetch goods of routine use.

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Chandigarh, September 17 

Doing its bit towards a cleaner environment, the 13 Battalion, CRPF, here provided an e-rickshaw to its staff to fetch goods of routine use. 

The Commandant of the Battalion, Balihar Singh, said earlier, a vehicle was being used for the purpose. “If all departments start using e-rickshaws instead of other vehicles for such purposes, the air pollution will definitely reduce,” said Shashank Anand, SP (Traffic), UT, who was present on the occasion. — TNS

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