A Pakistan environment secretary says growing air pollution likely will prompt the banning of 2-stroke engines in the Punjab region within the next six years. He also suggests his region might follow the lead of other countries, such as India, that have switched from diesel-powered to CNG-powered buses to reduce pollution. A common practice of mixing motor oil in diesel fuel only increases the pollution and enhances the prospects that diesel engines may be further restricted.

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