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Delhi-NCR AQI: The fortnight of November was the cleanest in seven years, this news regarding pollution is reassuring

New Delhi: The most polluted month of the year, the first fortnight of November has been the cleanest in seven years. This is the time of November which remains the most polluted. At this time, apart from Diwali, the pollution of Parali also suffocates the capital. According to the pollution data in the first fifteen days of November, the number of bad days has been the highest this time since 2016. In 2021, there was severe level of pollution for seven days, which has come down to just 3 days this year. However, the cases of stubble burning have increased as compared to two days.

What is the condition of pollution today?
According to CPCB data, the pollution level remained low on Thursday morning as well. Anand Vihar and Lodhi Road in Delhi recorded AQI 253 and 193 today. Talking about NCR, 250 AQI has been recorded in Noida and 187 in Ghaziabad. AQI 242 and 226 were noted in Faridabad and Gurugram.

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poor level of pollution
The AQI was 264 in the capital on Wednesday. In some places it was also recorded very bad. Among them, Shadipur’s 302, NSIT Dwarka’s 310, Jahangirpuri’s 303, Wazirpur’s 307. According to IITM, pollution is likely to remain at poor level on November 17. After this, on November 18 and 19, pollution can reach very bad levels. After this, it will remain at poor to very poor level for the next six days. On the other hand, according to Safar, pollution can remain in bad condition on 17 and 18 November. Winds will bring smoke from the stubble area, but the speed of the winds in the capital will be such that this smoke will not be able to stop and will flow away.

Pollution remained at ‘very poor’ level in most areas of Delhi, capital’s average AQI recorded at 294
Stubble pollution four percent
According to SAFAR, the pollution of stubble in Delhi was just four percent on Wednesday. The smoke of stubble will definitely come to the capital in the next two days, but it will flow with the winds.

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