Delhi Pollution: After several days, people have got slight relief from the improvement in Delhi’s air pollution index on Saturday. After which the Delhi government has decided to lift many restrictions and open schools from Monday. According to the app Safar of the Union Ministry of Earth Sciences, Government of India, after some improvement, Delhi’s AQI was recorded at 340 on Saturday morning, which falls in the very poor category, whereas on Friday this figure was around 400.
According to Safar, by 5 pm Delhi’s AQI index was recorded at 317 with further improvement. According to Safar, apart from overall Delhi, Pusa recorded 312, Lodhi Road 302, Delhi University 328, Airport (T-3) 346, Mathura Road 269, Aya Nagar 317, IIT Delhi 317 and Dhirpur 319 AQI.
At the same time, just 24 hours ago, at 5 pm on Friday, the Air Quality Index (AQI) PM 2.5 level in Delhi was recorded at 398, which falls in the severe category, while in Pusa it was 398, Lodhi Road 372, Delhi University 438, Airport (T-3) 459, Mathura Road 339, Aya Nagar 423, IIT Delhi 407 and Dhirpur 386 AQI were recorded. Seen this way, air quality has improved by 100 points.
In this regard, the Environment Department says that there has been a change in the weather. Due to which improvement has been seen. On Saturday, a slight effect of the change in air was seen on air pollution, in which the people of Delhi felt relieved due to the improvement of up to 100 points. Environmental expert Ravikant Mogul says that now there should be a change in the seasonal system. However, there is little chance of rain for the next 6-7 days, but the wind direction is changing. Due to which it can be expected that AQI may come down to below 300 in the next two-three days.
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