Delhi's air poisonous, feared further deterioration

Delhi’s air poisonous, feared further deterioration

Delhi’s air quality is on Sunday between ‘poor’ and ‘extremely poor’ category. Officials have warned that in the days to come, this could be worse.

According to the data of Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), Delhi’s Air Quality Index (AUI) totaled 292 records, whereas in the center-run air quality forecast and research system it was 318, which was recorded Comes in the category of ‘extremely bad’.

Between 50 to 100 Au is considered to be ‘good’, ‘satisfactory’ between 50 to 100, ‘middle’ between 101 and 200, ‘bad’ between 201 to 300, between 301 and 400 ‘extremely bad’ ‘And between 401 and 500 au is considered’ serious’.

Regarding the situation, an official said that the air quality of Delhi can be deteriorated in the coming days to the ‘severe’ category because the wind is getting heavier and the result is a mist.

While the Air Quality Index in Faridabad and Gurgaon remained in the category of ‘extremely bad’, in Ghaziabad, Noida and Greater Noida it was in ‘poor’ category.

There was a scourge of mist in the national capital on Saturday and the worst AQI recorded this season was 324.

Delhi’s air poisonous, feared further deterioration

According to the data of CPCB, Anand Vihar, Mundka, Narela, Dwarka Sector-8, Nehru Nagar and Rohini. In these places air quality was ‘very bad’ and the level of pollution was severely affected at these places. Can take.

The Environment Protection Control Authority (EPCA), appointed by the Supreme Court, had held a meeting with officials of Punjab, Haryana and Delhi government to discuss the situation of pollution in the national capital on Friday.

A member of the EPCA said on Friday that after taking into account the decision was taken that special attention would be given to those areas where the air quality was found to be ‘bad’ or ‘very bad’.

On Sunday, the level of PM 2.5 (presence of pollutant particles of less than 2.5 micrometres in the air) reached the level of 143 in the city. PM 2.5 compared to PM10, also called ‘fine particle’, may be a matter of serious concern for health.

According to the data of air quality and weather forecast and research system, the level of PM10 is 269 in Delhi. PM 10 particles whose diameter is less than 10 micrometres.

A CPCB official said that after the poor quality of air quality, weather factors such as pollution and wind direction from vehicles and construction activities are responsible. At this time the air is coming from the areas of burning fire.

Photographs taken by NASA from satellite have seen scenes of burning fire in various places in Punjab and Haryana.

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Friday said that the city will soon be transformed into a ‘gas chamber’ because the Center, Punjab and Haryana governments have done nothing for the farmers of the parliamen.

Delhi’s air poisonous, feared further deterioration

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