The chief minister called upon the people of Delhi to transform the fight against pollution into a Jan Andolan (people's movement).
The camels died after drinking "contaminated" water from a lake during a stopover in Kacchipura village in Vagara taluka of the Bharuch district.
The slopes are said to be littered with empty oxygen cylinders, discarded tents, food cans and, of course, human waste. And as glaciers melt with global warming, they are revealing the debris of the years gone by.
“We are working with the GIZ to find out what remedial measures can be taken on the subject,” said Mr Kalyan Rudra, chairman, West Bengal Pollution Control Board, referring to the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ), a German development agency that has been working with Indian partners sustainable economic, ecological, and social development.
He also said that the government has launched the National Clean Air Programme (NCAP) to tackle air pollution across the country.
After a long spell of smog and pollutants, making the Delhi air non breathable, the city had witnessed drastic improvement in the air quality last week as the AQI was recorded in double digits at the 'satisfactory' category.
Stubble burning in the neighbouring states of Delhi has been one of the reasons for rising air pollution in the national capital
Mr Hakim, equipped with gloves and shovel, cleaned the streets in the area along with the Kolkata Municipal Corporation (KMC) conservancy workers.