Delhi Air Pollution: Mini Lockdown imposed due to pollution in Delhi, School Closed from today

Publish Date: 05 Nov, 2022 |

Rising pollution in Delhi-NCR is making people sick. People are yearning to get clean and clean air. Delhi government has given a holiday of primary schools till November 8 to save children from pollution, but the country's capital is helpless in front of pollution. Half of the employees in Delhi have been asked to do work from home, while the odd-even order may also come soon.

CM gives statement

CM Arvind Kejriwal said that till the situation improves, primary schools in Delhi will remain closed. Odd-even is also being considered in the capital. If need be, odd-even scheme can be implemented. We will try our best that no child should have any health related problems. On the anti-pollution measures, he further said that we are stopping the sports activities in the schools for the students of classes above fifth in the open.

Schools will be closed from Saturday

Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has announced the closure of schools from class I to V by holding a press conference on Friday morning. Schools will be closed in Delhi from Saturday (November 5). How long will schools be closed? This will be considered later, as it may take a few days for air pollution to be controlled. Earlier on Thursday, the Gautam Budh Nagar administration of UP, adjoining Delhi, had announced a holiday for classes 1st to 8th in Noida-Greater Noida.


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