When will the poison of Delhi’s winds go? Air quality still ‘very poor’

New Delhi: There has been a reduction in air pollution in the country’s capital Delhi in the last few days, but still there is no complete relief. In such a situation, if you are leaving the house on Thursday morning, then there is a need to be a little careful. Actually, the air quality (AQI) in Delhi remains 360. It is in the ‘very poor’ category. Earlier this level was at 382 on the previous day.

It is noteworthy that the air has remained poisonous in the capital for many days, in such a situation people are questioning when this air will be clean. According to the System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting and Research (SAFAR), Delhi’s AQI has been recorded as 360. A layer of haze remained in many areas since morning, affecting visibility. The AQI forecast agency has claimed that the situation in the capital and its adjoining cities may worsen in the coming two days.

Earlier on Wednesday, the air quality was recorded as ‘very poor’ for the second consecutive day. At the same time, in many states including Punjab, Haryana, Delhi’s air had come in the severe category for a few days due to stubble burning and fireworks on Diwali. Although the situation has improved after three days, there is still ‘poison’ in the air.


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