News Nation Bureau , Edited By: Mohit Sharma , Updated on: 30 Nov 2022, 09:20:45 AM
Delhi Air Pollution (Photo Credits: File Pic)
Delhi Air Pollution: The level of air pollution in the country’s capital Delhi has reached from poor to very poor category. According to the System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting and Research (SAFAR), the AQI in Delhi is in the 346 (very poor) category. The direct effect of this poison spread in the climate of Delhi is being seen on the health of the people. While people are facing severe difficulty in breathing, problems like burning sensation in the eyes and tightness in the chest are also being faced. Doctors have also told this level of air quality to be very harmful for the health of the people. The advice of doctors is to go out of the house only when there is some urgent work. Along with this, instructions have also been given not to go out on morning and evening walks.
According to the System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting and Research (SAFAR), the AQI in Delhi is in the 346 (very poor) category.
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fog increasing trouble
According to the latest report of the Central Pollution Control Board, there are many areas of Delhi where the air quality index has been recorded at 400 times. Along with this, the effect of smog can be seen more in the coming times. It was told in the CPCB report that dense fog and slowness of winds are being seen in Delhi in the morning, due to which the level of air pollution may increase.
The air quality level in these areas is very poor.
If we talk about dense air pollution areas, then Anand Vihar 414, Alipore 400, Ashok Vihar 397, Bawana 405, IGI Airport 350, Dwarka Sector-8 399, ITO 346, Najafgarh 314, Okhla Phase II 363, Sonia Vihar 395 And the AQI level of 312 was recorded in Aya Nagar.
First Published : 30 Nov 2022, 09:04:18 AM
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