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Delhi Air Quality: Delhi forced to breathe poisonous air for the third consecutive day, know how much AQI is

Delhi Air Quality: Poisoning in the air of Delhi remains in the severe category for the third consecutive day. A thick layer of pollutants can be clearly seen in the air for the last about a week.

Delhi Air Quality: Poison in the air of Delhi remains in the severe category for the third consecutive day. Here the Air Quality Index (AQI) remains 432 on Monday as well. Air Quality and Weather Forecast and Research (SAFAR) has given this information.Also Read – Bete ne Kiya Maa ka Rape: Kaliyugi son went home after drinking alcohol, raped at knife point after seeing mother alone

Like every year, this year too, along with the coolness of the weather, the air quality of Delhi has also been deteriorating continuously. Even before Diwali, the amount of pollutants in Delhi’s air had increased significantly. Even before Diwali, the air in Delhi-NCR had reached dangerous levels. Like every year, this year also it became even more dangerous after Diwali. Also Read – ‘Corona cases may increase due to pollution’; AIIMS chief said – polluted air is more harmful than smoking cigarettes

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A thick layer of pollutants can be clearly seen in the air for the last about a week. The lack of visibility can be felt in the capital due to excessive pollution. Delhi’s air has also become highly polluted due to stubble burning in many areas of Punjab and Haryana.

In the last few days, pictures and videos of stubble burning are continuously coming out from many areas of Punjab. The smoke caused by burning of stubble due to winds is reaching Delhi-NCR and is making the air here poisonous. Farmers say that other methods of handling stubble are too expensive, which they cannot afford.

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