Delhi NCR Air Pollution: Delhi became a gas chamber for three days, AQI is scaring even today

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Delhi NCR Air Pollution: Delhi became a gas chamber for three days, AQI is scaring even today

Pollution is continuously increasing in Delhi.

Pollution is continuously increasing in Delhi.

Delhi NCR Air Pollution:People of Delhi-NCR are forced to breathe poisonous air for the last several days.Delhi’s air remains in ‘severe’ category for the third consecutive day on Sunday. The capital Delhi is surrounded by pollution and poisonous smoke from all sides. Due to this, people are facing many problems like irritation in eyes, headache, difficulty in breathing and sore throat.According to the Central Pollution Control Board, the air quality index (AQI) was above 400 in most areas across the city. At many places AQI in the morningAround 500 have been recorded at 6 pm. In such a situation, AQI is also scaring people.

This is the AQI of major places of Delhi at 6 am.

-Aya Nagar-464

-Dwarka Sector 8- 486

-Bawana – 479

-Indira Gandhi International (IGI) Airport- 480

-ITO-410

-Jahangirpuri-463

-Lodhi Road – 426

-Siri Fort – 475

Noida and Gurugram along with Delhi.The wind also reached severe category.

According to CPCB data,The air quality in Noida also remained ‘severe’ with almost all its monitoring stations recording an AQI of more than 400 by 6 am.Has been recorded. right thereIn Gurugram, which is included in NCR, the air quality was also recorded in ‘severe’ category on Sunday.

There will be no relief from pollution now.

It is being said that people of Delhi-NCR may have to live in such poisonous air for the next 15 days. Next week is Diwali. In such a situation, there is a possibility of increase in pollution. These days Delhi has become a gas chamber. The reason for this pollution is said to be stubble burning in Punjab and Haryana. Even though Delhi government is making many claims to reduce pollution. But even after this the poisonous air is not reducing.


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