Delhi AQI in very poor category, air stifling of national capital, visibility also low due to smog! – न्यूज़लीड India

Delhi AQI in very poor category, air stifling of national capital, visibility also low due to smog!


oi-Jyoti Bhaskar


Published: Saturday, November 12, 2022, 10:00 [IST]

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Delhi AQI is once again in the very poor category. The overall air quality index (AQI) stood at 337 on Saturday as Delhi’s air remained in the ‘very poor’ category. A layer of haze covered the sky over the national capital. Visibility has also been affected due to dust particles found in the haze. Images from news agency ANI on Saturday showed that India Gate and surrounding areas had poor visibility due to smog.

Delhi AQI

Significantly, due to Delhi pollution, the air of the national capital is continuously becoming stifling. The Air Quality Index (AQI) remained in the ‘very poor’ category on 12 November as well. According to the SAFAR system in the report released on air pollution in Delhi, the overall air quality of Delhi has been in the ‘very poor’ category.

Let us tell you that the help of SAFAR (System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting and Research) is taken to see the air quality in Delhi-NCR. The main reason for the poor air quality index is considered to be transportation and construction.

It is also interesting that on November 7, Delhi Environment Minister Gopal Rai said, the restrictions were imposed due to pollution, but on the basis of the instructions issued by the Commission for Air Quality Management (CAQM), the phase 4 restrictions are being removed. , while the restrictions as in Phase 3 will continue. The ban on private vandalism and construction work will continue.

Regarding the Delhi government’s rules regarding the ban on vehicles, the environment minister had said, the ban on private petrol four wheelers of BS III category and diesel vehicles of BS IV category will also continue.

In the advice to be cautious about health, SAFAR had said in the advisory issued last days, it is also advised to keep medicines ready in case of symptoms of asthmatics, cough or shortness of breath. See a doctor if your heart rate is abnormal, shortness of breath or unusual tiredness occurs. Especially heart patients have been asked to be extra alert towards these symptoms.
government measures to stop pollution

Significantly, realizing the seriousness of pollution, the Delhi government has also announced the launch of ‘Red Light on Gaadi Off’ campaign to reduce vehicular emissions.

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english summary

Delhi Pollution: AQI currently at 337. overall Air Quality Index (AQI) under ‘Very Poor’ category.

Story first published: Saturday, November 12, 2022, 10:00 [IST]

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