Minister of State for the Environment, Mahesh Sharma, has contradicted the World Health Organisation (WHO)’s findings that polluted air inside households, generated from burning fossil fuels for cooking, lighting and heating, contributed to the death of about 67,000 children below the age of five in India in 2016.

In a written reply in the Lok Sabha on Friday, Sharma said that estimates of mortality and morbidity attributable to environmental pollution released by the WHO are based on “models, simulations and extrapolations.”

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