Delhi Pollution: There is mild relief from air pollution on Saturday in Delhi-NCR compared to other days, but it remains in an inferior category in terms of health. According to the Central Pollution Control Board, the air quality level in Punjabi Bagh, Delhi, has been recorded at 438 on Saturday. Simultaneously, along with Delhi, a dozen NCR cities, including Noida, Greater Noida, Ghaziabad, and Gurugram, are running in the Red Zone only in terms of pollution. Due to this, people have mentioned health-related problems, in which irritation in the eyes is joint with difficulty in breathing.
The condition of Delhi-NCR due to air pollution on the previous Friday was also disturbed. Delhi’s air quality level improved slightly on Friday compared to Thursday. Despite this, its air index was recorded in the critical category itself. According to the Delhi Pollution Control Committee, where Delhi’s air quality level was 450 on Thursday, it improved marginally by 44 points on Friday and reached 406. At the same time, Noida was more polluted than Delhi. The PM 2.5 level reached 600 here.
Simultaneously, Saar India, an air quality index monitoring organization, run by the Union Ministry of Earth Sciences, says that the straw’s smoke is being poisoned in Delhi and NCR air in other states, including Punjab and Haryana.
It is different that on Friday, the share of stubble smoke in Delhi’s pollution has come down from 42 percent to half, i.e., 21 percent. According to Safar India, the incidents of stubble burning in Punjab and Haryana have been recorded at 3,225.
Saffar India says that the low airspeed has also increased Delhi-NCR pollution along with the reduction in minimum temperature. If the wind speed decreases or decreases, the problem of air pollution will become severe in Delhi. In this way, it will not be suitable for health, especially for the elderly and children.