Deadly air pollution becomes a common enemy for arch-rivals India and Pakistan
From his office in the smog shrouded city of Lahore, environment official Saif Anjum pores over reams of pollution data and lists the actions being taken by Pakistan’s largest province to combat the toxic air. He said they have arrested hundreds of crop-burning farmers and closed construction sites and industrial furnaces.
But those efforts risk being for naught without collaboration with Pakistan’s nuclear-armed arch-rival India.
Courtesy: The Economic Times