Pollution in Delhi has worsened the situation for the past several days. The rains in the past few days gave some relief to the capital from pollution, but now after Diwali, the air quality of the area has once again reached critical levels. Smoke is again visible on the roads in many areas of Delhi. Due to this, people may once again have to step out of the house and face difficulty in breathing.
What was today’s AQI?
According to the information given by the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), the air quality across Delhi remains in the ‘poor’ category. The AQI in the area was 296 in Anand Vihar, 290 in RK Puram, 280 in Punjabi Bagh and 263 in ITO. On the next morning of Diwali, smog is being seen in many areas of Delhi NCR.
fire crackers burn brightly
Despite the ban on firecrackers by the Supreme Court and the Delhi Government, firecrackers are burst at many places in the capital Delhi. Restrictions were violated in many areas of the capital including Shahpur Jat and Hauz Khas areas. However, if we look at last year, less firecrackers have been burst this time.
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