The UK identified the reason for pollution and working on the green industrial revolution and planned to completely ban petrol and diesel-run vehicles by 2030. Whereas in India, the politicians have been trying to ban the Diwali crackers, the UK cracked down on the pollution emitting vehicles and planned for complete implementation of such plans. The UK has planned for 10 points to be implemented to crack down on pollution generating vehicles. UK Green Industrial Revolution’, Johnson said £582 million has been allocated as grants for those buying zero or ultra-low emission vehicles to make them cheaper to buy and incentivise more people to make the transition. Johnson said: “Although this year has taken a very different path to the one we expected, the UK is looking to the future and seizing the opportunity to build back greener. The recovery of our planet and of our economies can and must go hand-in-hand”. “As we look ahead to hosting the COP26 climate summit next year, I am setting out an ambitious plan for a green industrial revolution that will transform the way we live in the UK. This is a shared global challenge – every country in the world needs to take action to secure the future of the planet for our children, grandchildren and generations to come,” he added.