Delhi NCR Pollution: Before Diwali, Delhi, Noida, Ghaziabad and GurugramThe people of India have got great relief from pollution. Incessant rain on Thursday night has reduced the AQI level at many places. If reports are to be believed, after the rains the AQI has reduced from 400 to less than 100. At many places even today AQI is beyond 450.
Actually,Thursday night in Delhi-NCR it rained. Due to this, coolness has been seen in the weather. Along with thisAQI has also improved. right thereDue to rain, there is a traffic jam on the Ghazipur border. Due to this, there is said to be a massive improvement in AQI. Apart from thisAccording to the Central Pollution Control Board,Air quality remains in ‘severe’ category at many places in Delhi. For this, latest figures have also been released on Friday.
AQI is still above 450 here
-AQI 462 in Ashok Vihar
-461 in RK Puram
-460 in Punjabi Bagh
-464 in ITO
Delhi government will get it doneartificial rain
To reduce air pollutionDelhi government is preparing to make artificial rain. If reports are to be believed, it willIt will cost Delhi government approximately ₹13 crore. Environment Minister Gopal Rai on Thursday gave instructions to Chief Secretary Naresh Kumar regarding artificial rain in the city. It is said in this thatHe should prepare a proposal in coordination with IIT Kanpur and present it in the Supreme Court through an affidavit before the hearing tomorrow. They have also been directed to request for necessary permissions from the Central and UP governments by November 15. So that the first phase of the pilot study can be done before the ‘artificial rain’ on 20-21 November.
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