Delhi Air Pollution:The air quality in the capital Delhi remained serious even on Thursday. In such a situation, people are having trouble even breathing. According to today’s data of CPCB, AQI level of many areas of Delhi has been recorded beyond 400. The government is now thinking of getting artificial rain done to deal with this challenge. In such a situation, the question is whether pollution can be reduced by artificial rain.
This is the AQI of major places of Delhi
-AQI of RK Puram- 453�
-AQI of Punjabi Bagh- 444
Anand Vihar’s AQI -432
Artificial rain can be made in Delhi on 21st and 22nd November.
In fact, Delhi Government’s Environment Minister Gopal Rai had held a meeting with a team from IIT Kanpur on Wednesday regarding artificial rain. After the end of this meeting, Gopal Rai said that if permission is granted and everything goes well, then artificial rain will be made in Delhi on 21st and 22nd November.
What is artificial rain?
According to experts, artificial rain is not like natural rain. To do this, some chemical agents like silver iodide, dry ice and common salt are left in the clouds. This process is also called cloud seeding. A plane is required to release this chemical into the sky. In this, the chemical is released into the sky through an instrument. Due to this, fake droplets are formed and when the cloud cannot take their weight, they start falling down in the form of rain. This process happens quite fast. This is called artificial rain.
Artificial rain has been made in 53 days
If reports are to be believed, artificial rain has been used in about 53 countries so far. However, no evidence has yet been found as to how much pollution can be reduced by artificial rain. It is being said that the cost of making such rains is around Rs 10 to 15 lakh at a time.
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