Delhi Air Pollution: Even before Diwali, the air of the capital Delhi became toxic, what is the reason for air pollution?- Watch Video

Publish Date: 22 Sep, 2022 |

Pollution has again started to suffocate the Delhi-NCR. This time the air of Delhi has become poisonous even before Diwali. The air quality here remained very poor for the second consecutive day on Tuesday. In some areas, the situation is very serious, where the air level has reached the poor category. Here the air quality index has crossed 400. Earlier on Monday also, the haze was seen in Delhi. On Monday, Delhi's Anand Vihar area was the most polluted place in the capital with an AQI of 405. After this report, the residents of Delhi-NCR should now prepare to face the return of toxic air and smog in the sky.

Pollution In Delhi

According to the air bulletin issued by the Central Pollution Control Board, the air quality in Anand Vihar is 418. Which was 405 on Monday and with this Anand Vihar remained the most polluted area for the second consecutive day. The air quality is expected to worsen in the coming days. Let us tell you that poor air quality, has a bad effect on the health of the people. At the same time, it seriously affects people who are already sick. People have a lot of trouble breathing. The air quality in most areas of Delhi remained above 100. Due to this, people with lung, asthma and heart diseases have a lot of difficulty in breathing.

Rain has Improved the Condition

According to the information, the air quality had improved due to rain in Delhi. The AQI 50 was recorded around 7 pm on Sunday. It comes in the good category. SAFAR (System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting and Research) had forecast that from September 21, there could be light rain with increased wind speed again. Also, the fall in temperature and the level of pollution was estimated to be good or satisfactory.


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