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Delhi Pollution: Poisonous air in Delhi, schools closed till 8th class in Noida, may apply even-odd formula

Pankaj Prasad
Delhi Pollution Poisonous air in Delhi schools closed till 8th class in Noida may apply even odd formula
Delhi Pollution Poisonous air in Delhi schools closed till 8th class in Noida may apply even odd formula

In view of the increasing pollution in Delhi, there is talk of Odd-Even.

Pollution in Delhi NCR: Pollution has once again reached alarming levels. The residents of Delhi-NCR are also finding it difficult to breathe. In view of the increasing pollution, the Air Quality Management Commission has ordered the implementation of GRAP-4 in Delhi-NCR. In this episode, the Delhi government can open the schools of Delhi under the odd-even scheme. At the same time, online has been announced for children up to class 8 in Noida. At present, online classes have been arranged till November 8.

It is worth noting that the Delhi government is making every effort to stop the increasing pollution. In view of the increasing pollution, the Air Quality Management Commission has ordered the implementation of GRAP-4 in Delhi-NCR. Under this, the entry of truck traffic in Delhi has been stopped. However, many vehicles have been acquitted. At the same time, the Delhi government has also banned construction related works in the city.

NCPCR had demanded closure of schools: Let us tell you that the National Commission for Protection of Child Rights had demanded closure of schools in Delhi in view of increasing pollution. NCPCR President Priyank Kanungo had demanded closure of Delhi's schools till it subsides in view of pollution. For this, he also wrote a letter to the Chief Secretary of Delhi.


Will the odd-even be applicable: In view of the increasing pollution in Delhi, there is talk of odd-even there. If the odd-even formula is implemented in Delhi, then the students of the school will be able to go to school for classes only three days a week. That is, dividing the students into two parts, half the students will have to come to school and do class. And half the students will have to stay at home.

The number of patients is increasing in the hospital: Due to pollution in Delhi, breathing of people is also becoming difficult. At the same time, the number of patients experiencing cough, cold and difficulty in breathing in hospitals is also increasing continuously. In view of pollution, doctors are advising people to wear masks. In Okhla's Holy Family Hospital, the number of such patients in the OPD has increased by 30 percent.