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Toxic air is suffocating people in Delhi, instructions to implement restrictions immediately

Delhi-NCR Pollution: One of the biggest concerns for Delhi-NCR is pollution. In many areas of Delhi, the air level is close to reaching serious condition from very poor condition. In such a situation, the Air Quality Committee of the Central Government has directed the NCR officials to immediately implement the restrictions under phase three of the Graded Response Action Plan (GRAPE).

According to CPCB, today (30 October) morning AQI 469 of Anand Vihar, AQI of Wazir Pur 419, AQI of NSIT Dwarka was 425. Ashok Vihar’s AQI is 400, Jahangir Puri’s AQI is 416, Vivek Vihar’s AQI is 422. AQI 396 of Punjabi Bagh, AQI 390 of Nehru Nagar, AQI 392 of Sonia Vihar and AQI 394 of Mundka have been registered amid the deteriorating situation.

Air condition in NCR

The CPCB said that Faridabad’s AQI is 417 (severe), Gurugram’s AQI 356 (very poor), Noida’s AQI 360 (very poor), Greater Noida’s AQI 366 (very poor) Ghaziabad’s AQI 362 (very poor). were recorded. In view of the increased pollution after Diwali, the third phase of the Graded Response Action Plan (GRAP) has been implemented in Delhi NCR.

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Now all types of construction activities will be banned in NCR except for essential projects. Other essential projects including national security, defence, railways and metro will be exempted from this. Also, the CAQM said that in Delhi-NCR, the state governments can ban four wheeler vehicles with BS-III petrol and BS-IV diesel. Not only this, brick kilns, stone crushers, mining and allied activities that are not running on clean energy have been banned in NCR.

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