Delhi air becomes poisonous after Diwali, see what the condition of different areas is like – Ground Report: Delhi-NCR air becomes poisonous after Diwali


Delhi air turned poisonous after Diwali, check out the condition of different areas

Firecrackers were banned in Delhi. It also had some effect, but it did not break free from the firecrackers. As a result, from the night of Diwali, such poison was dissolved in the air of Delhi that no scale could measure the air. AQEI became 999. Stubble along with firecrackers and vehicle smoke made it difficult to breathe. The people of Delhi also kept a bit of a grip on themselves over the firecrackers this time around. That fanfare was not even heard, but this Diwali also passed without firecrackers, it did not happen. Firecrackers broke out in some areas and as a result the air level in Delhi, which started to drop from the night of Diwali, became very dangerous in the morning. See this report.

Firecrackers were banned in Delhi. But it didn’t have much of an effect on the people of Delhi. Due to the uncontrollable firecrackers, the AQI reached 999. The stubble and fumes from the vehicles along with the firecrackers made it difficult to breathe. Firecrackers broke out in some areas and as a result the air level in Delhi, which started to drop from the night of Diwali, became very dangerous in the morning. Check out this report.

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