On July 26, the National Green Tribunal ( NGT) imposed an environmental compensation charge of ` 15 crore on the Human Care Charitable Medical Trust for beginning construction of a hospital in Dwarka without getting environmental clearance from the authorities. On July 20, NGT ordered the Uttar Pradesh government to provide potable water to villages in six western districts where groundwater is contaminated with toxic elements. The court did so after some children suffering from various water-borne diseases, complained about the problem. On July 20, ordered deregistration of 15-year-old diesel vehicles within Delhi. It also ruled that such vehicles would not get a No Objection Certificate for plying outside the Delhi-NCR region. On July 29, the Himachal Pradesh High Court directed the state's chief secretary to ensure that a State Agriculture Commission is constituted, notified and made functional within three months to fix the Minimum Support Price of crops at state level. On July 21, directed the state government to file an affidavit explaining how it plans to dispose of over 3 million tonnes of coal lying in the open for which royalty had not been obtained. On July 27, NGT directed Telangana's Chief Secretary and Direct General of Police to instruct all District Collectors and Superintendents of Police to assist the Fisheries Department in raiding localities suspected of illegally farming a banned fish species and taking strict action against offenders. Ecologists have warned that the exotic African catfish could eradicate local fish species if it escaped into local water bodies.