As a result of the construction ban, the Delhi government would provide a stipend of Rs 5,000 to unemployed labourers.

The SC bench reversed its order allowing construction activities to resume on November 22. From Thursday, we have decided to resume constructing and demolition activities. The reimposition of the ban would cause employees apprehension. We have asked the Labour Department to develop a strategy in this regard.

Following the reimposition of a ban on building activities in Delhi-NCR due to air pollution, I have given an order today to deposit Rs 5,000 each in bank accounts of construction workers.In the face of a ban on building activities due to air pollution, I have issued an order to deposit Rs 5,000 each in bank accounts of construction workers.According to news agency PTI, the apex court ordered that states would establish a scientific inquiry into air quality, based on available data from previous years, based on observed levels of air pollution.The SC bench reversed its order allowing construction activities to resume on November 22.From Thursday, we have decided to resume constructing and demolition activities.

We will also provide them with financial assistance.We have asked the Labour Department to develop a strategy in this regard, Rai said in a news agency PTI.The state government lifted the ban on demolitions on Monday, and it decided to resume physical classes in schools, colleges, and other educational establishments, and reopen government offices from 29 November.However, CNG and electric trucks will be allowed to enter Delhi from December 27.

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