Delhi’s air quality today continues to deteriorate Aqi in severe category for the third day in a row


ANI, New Delhi

Published by: Anurag Saxena
Updated Mon 08 Nov 2021 08:12 AM IS

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Delhi’s Air Quality Index (AQI) stands at 432. Ghaziabad was the second most polluted city in the country. The day before, it was number one among the polluted cities in the country.

There is haze in Delhi due to pollution
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The air in Delhi is continually deteriorating. The air quality of the national capital remained in the severe category for the third consecutive day.

Delhi’s Air Quality Index (AQI) stands at 432. Ghaziabad was the second most polluted city in the country. The day before, it was number one among the polluted cities in the country. On Sunday, Jind in Haryana was listed as the most polluted city in the country with dangerous air. According to Safar India, there is no hope of relief for two days.

The pollution situation in NCR’s Faridabad and Greater Noida marginally improved to the ‘very poor’ category. Air quality will remain in the ‘severe’ to ‘very poor’ category.

48% of Delhi’s pollution is due to stubble
According to SAFAR, 4,189 incidents of stubble burning were recorded in neighboring states on Sunday. Its share in the pollution of Delhi was 48 percent. This season has the highest proportion of stubble contamination. SAFAR says that due to the strong winds blowing in a northwesterly direction, the smoke from the stubble is rapidly dissolving in the air of Delhi making it poisonous.

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The air in Delhi is continually deteriorating. The air quality of the national capital remained in the severe category for the third consecutive day.

Delhi’s Air Quality Index (AQI) stands at 432. Ghaziabad was the second most polluted city in the country. The day before, it was number one among the polluted cities in the country. On Sunday, Jind in Haryana was listed as the most polluted city in the country with dangerous air. According to Safar India, there is no hope of relief for two days.

The pollution situation in NCR’s Faridabad and Greater Noida marginally improved to the ‘very poor’ category. Air quality will remain in the ‘severe’ to ‘very poor’ category.


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