Delhi Ncr Air environmentalist turned toxic calls it a health emergency and recommends closing schools and imposing closure


ANI, New Delhi

Published by: Anurag Saxena
Updated Sun, Nov 7, 2021 5:07 PM M. IST

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Ecologist Vimlendu Jha says that in view of the current air pollution crisis, measures such as school closings in and around Delhi-NCR, closure to control the movement of vehicles should be taken.

Ecologist Vimlendu Jha
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Due to the air pollution in Delhi-NCR, doctors and environmental experts have expressed deep concern, describing it as a health emergency. Ecologist Vimlendu Jha said that it is very important for us to understand the severity of the current air pollution crisis in North India. Describing it as a health emergency, he said stubble burning is a major factor in this situation.

He says that in view of the current air pollution crisis, measures such as school closings, closure should be taken to control the movement of vehicles in and around Delhi-NCR. He believes that perhaps construction activities should stop for the next week.

It was a cold morning in the national capital on Sunday with the low temperature settling at a modest 14.2 degrees Celsius. However, the Air Quality Index (AQI) in Delhi also saw an increase for the third day and registered at 433.

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Due to the air pollution in Delhi-NCR, doctors and environmental experts have expressed deep concern, describing it as a health emergency. Ecologist Vimlendu Jha said that it is very important for us to understand the severity of the current air pollution crisis in North India. Describing it as a health emergency, he said stubble burning is a major factor in this situation.

He says that in view of the current air pollution crisis, measures such as school closings, closure should be taken to control the movement of vehicles in and around Delhi-NCR. He believes that perhaps construction activities should stop for the next week.

It was a cold morning in the national capital on Sunday with the low temperature settling at a modest 14.2 degrees Celsius. However, the Air Quality Index (AQI) in Delhi also saw an increase for the third day and registered at 433.


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