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Delhi AQI Update: Partial improvement in Delhi’s air, situation still serious

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Air pollution in Delhi.

New DelhiEven today, pollution remains a problem for the people in Delhi, wrapped in smog. Air pollution levels have been increasing in Delhi for months. In this sequence, severe smog was seen in Delhi on Sunday also. Meanwhile, AQI in the National Capital Region still remains in the very poor category. The air quality index here has been recorded at 393, due to which the people of Delhi are facing a lot of trouble. The air quality condition remained poor across the city on Saturday as well and the air quality index was recorded in the ‘very poor’ category.

AQI was 450 in Jahangirpuri

According to official data, AQI 433 was recorded in Anand Vihar at 7 am on Sunday. Whereas Ashok Vihar’s AQI was 434. Similarly, AQI of 437 was recorded at Bawana Stud while AQI of Jahangirpuri was 450. All these figures are considered to be in serious category. Despite this, the AQI at Delhi’s ITO was recorded at 382 (very poor), while the AQI at IGI Airport was recorded at 360 (very poor) category. Here, let us tell you that according to the Air Quality Index, AQI between zero to 100 is good, 100 to 200 is ‘moderate’, 200 to 300 is ‘bad’, 300 to 400 is ‘very bad’ and 400 to 500 is ‘bad’. AQI is considered ‘severe’.

restrictions lifted

The situation in the AQI of the National Capital Region has improved somewhat compared to last week. Whereas CAQM (Commission of Air Quality Management) has lifted some restrictions imposed under GRAP-4. Trucks and buses, except BS-3 and BS-4 petrol and diesel vehicles, have been allowed to enter the city. Besides, the ban on construction activities has also been lifted. Let us tell you that in view of the continuously increasing pollution in Delhi, Delhi Environment Minister Gopal Rai had also held a meeting on Friday.

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