'Breathing is forbidden' in Delhi, AQI remains in 'bad category', relief for 48 hours only

According to the journey, western disturbances will affect the weather of Delhi-NCR from 23 November. This will increase the cold on one side, and on the other side the pollution situation is expected to worsen.

21st November, 2020

Delhi Air Pollution: Air pollution level in the capital of the country remains in the ' poor category ' . The air pollution level in many places of Delhi-NCR was not satisfactory on Saturday morning. The quality of air remained poor in many areas of NCR, including Delhi's Dwarka, Anand Vihar, Rohini, Munirka, Laxmi Nagar. However, a slight improvement in the level of air pollution has also been saying.

Travel for 48 hours

According to Safar India (Air Quality Monitoring), an organization of Union Ministry of Earth Sciences, the situation is fine due to improvement in wind speed. Air pollution is not expected to increase in the next 48 hours. According to the organization, cases of burning of stubble are constantly coming up in Haryana-Punjab. More than 450 cases of stubble burning have been reported in both states on Friday. Its effect is on the air of Delhi.

Will things get worse after 23 November? 

According to the journey, western disturbances will affect the weather of Delhi-NCR from 23 November. This will increase the cold on one side, and on the other side the pollution situation is expected to worsen. If we talk about the pollution of Delhi-NCR, then burning the stubble every year makes the situation very bad. With Delhi, pollution levels reach a poor category in Noida, Greater Noida, Gurugram, Faridabad.

Category: India: Delhi

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Reported by:
Maharanee Kumari