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CNG cause cancer



CNG cleaner than diesel, but its smoke hides dangers too


They may not be as toxic as diesel fumes but, scientists at CSIR say, gases produced while burning CNG contain carbon nanoparticles


New implementation should be made to deal with this problem



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Prasad GLN

This forum is dedicated to guiding citizens in seeking information from public authorities under RTI Act.  You have raised a valid issue, but unfortunately, this issue can not be taken up by the members in the forum.

File RTI Application to Environmental Ministry and Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas and seek whether the recent disclosure of CNG pollution was brought to their attention and if so action taken by them to phase out such CNG.

If you are not satisfied with their reply contact any voluntary agency and get PIL filed for directions to phase out CNG.


(Government of India is aware of the potential hazards and they have introduced solar/electric driven vehicles for transport and offering a lot of subsidies )

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