It is still difficult to breathe due to pollution in Delhi. Due to pollution, the air of the entire NCR region has become poisonous and people are facing various problems including cough. Delhi government is continuously holding meetings and planning to control pollution but still its results are not visible on the ground. On Wednesday, the condition is bad due to pollution in various areas of the capital Delhi. Let us know what is the AQI of different areas of Delhi today.
Air quality across Delhi in the capital Delhi is still in the severe category. Talking about the AQI situation in the area, according to the data released by the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), on Thursday morning the AQI was 430 in Anand Vihar, 417 in RK Puram, 423 in Punjabi Bagh and 428 in Jahangirpuri. Used to be.
What is the government doing?
Delhi Environment Minister Gopal Rai has said that there has been a sudden increase in pollution levels in the national capital due to burning of firecrackers. Rai also stressed that the Delhi government is planning to use additional water sprinkling and anti-smog guns in areas with dangerous pollution levels. He has urged all the states to cooperate in reducing the incidents of stubble burning.
Labor Minister visited Jonti Border
Delhi Labor Minister Raj Kumar Anand reviewed the ground situation at Jonthi border and took stock of the implementation of measures to control air pollution. He said that we have requested DM Ankita Anand to set up a relief camp before the border. Even after that, if any vehicle comes here, it will be sent back. We will send vehicles here tomorrow for spraying.
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