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Overcoming Political Opposition: CNG Mandates in Delhi A Case Solution & Answer

This Case is about REGULATION

PUBLICATION DATE: November 14, 2012 PRODUCT #: P79A-PDF-ENG

Overcoming Political Opposition CNG Mandates in Delhi A Case Solution

It had neglected to execute any, even though the authorities had considered a number of policies. By the early 1990s, New Delhi was the fourth-most polluted city on the planet. By the month of June 1998, the sub-particulate matter attention in the atmosphere in Delhi was three times higher in relation to the standards set by the Central Pollution Control Board in India. This case follows India’s Supreme Court opinion in 1998 that all buses, cabs, and auto rickshaws in Delhi be changed to clean fuels by March 31, 2001. Public transportation operators were not always supportive of the changes and the regional authorities, and Delhi residents all had interests at stake. The case is broken up into 3 components- C, B, and A -and sets up an investigation of the way the Supreme Court finally reached its mandate.

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