The Science and Technology minister said India can use a machine solution to turn crop waste into a burning billet that can be used as fuel when needed.Smog has engulfed both sides of Punjab borders due to Indian farmers lighting fires to get rid of leftover crops.
Federal Minister for Science and Technology Fawad Chaudhry has provided the Indian authorities aid in combating smog, which has engulfed either side of the Punjab border in India and Pakistan.
The ministry took handle on Thursday and composed that harvest burning Jalandhar is wreaking havoc with surroundings on each side of Punjab border. He also came up with a remedy to assist the Indian authorities and offered his aid.
“We can help Indian Punjab Government to utilize a machine strategy to turn harvest waste into a burning billet that can be utilised as fuel if necessary,” the Union tweeted.
This week a public health emergency was declared in New Delhi after the thick smog, which was more than twice that the hazardous amount on the Global Air Quality Index (AQI). A lot of the smog has been generated by harvest burning areas around New Delhi, where farmers mild fires to get rid of leftover plants and stubble.
Pakistan’s side of Lahore has also been affected because of the storms blowing from India. On Wednesday, the level increased prompting the Punjab authorities to announce that colleges will be closed Thursday.