The government also announced the facility of utilising installed capacity without limit in certain cases coming under the preview of MRTP and FERA Acts.
Pollution is the modern day scourge that has affected the various facets of modern life.
In big cities we witness hazy skies creating problems for the inhabitants and causing numerous diseases.
The concerned topic has created ample confusion in the general public.
The enormity of the issue was so gross that the NASA chief had to publically debunk and deny the predictions made by a section of society.
According to him there is no existence of any unknown planet which is so huge and close to the earth orbit. It is a long distance to cover in such a short span of time and even if the worse happens.
If there would have been any, it would have shined like the sun and the moon and easily visible by the naked eyes. The other notion about the galactic equator is also defied by the head NASA. Then even there is no effect of magnetic poles on the spinning of the earth.
A formal liberalisation of economic policy in India started in 1973 when a number of industries were thrown open for participation by large business houses and companies covered under MRTP and FERA acts.
However, the then international and national situation as created by hike in petroleum prices and labour unrest at some did not allow for any major change in the industrial structure.
For instance, Coal is required to produce electricity; therefore toxic thermal fumes are emitted into the atmosphere from the mines.
It increases the percentage of the carbon-dioxide and makes breathing difficult.