Delhi Pollution Lockdown: Even today air pollution in Delhi remains in the severe category. The state government has imposed restrictions and said that if the situation does not improve, then lockdown can also be considered.
Delhi Pollution Lockdown: Since Diwali, the air in the country’s capital Delhi has become toxic and the process of suffocation continues. Since the beginning of November, there has been serious level of pollution in the capital Delhi for seven days and emergency level situation twice. According to the Air Bulletin of CPCB (Central Pollution Control Board), the AQI level of the capital stood at 437 on Saturday and the Air Quality Index (AQI) on Sunday morning is 386 which falls in the severe category. After the strong remarks of the Supreme Court, the Kejriwal government of Delhi called an emergency meeting and imposed many strict restrictions.Also Read – I am not an enlightened speaker, I don’t know good English to express my words: CJI Raman
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CM Arvind Kejriwal said that the lockdown has not been imposed yet, but if the situation does not improve then that can also be considered. He said that if the situation worsens then a complete lockdown can be imposed in Delhi, a proposal is being prepared regarding this. Also Read – Delhi Lockdown Again? CM Arvind Kejriwal calls emergency meeting, may be a big decision
Know what is open and what is closed…
Schools will run online for a week from Monday. That is, students do not have to go to school.
All construction activities have been banned from November 14 to November 17.
Employees of all government offices will completely work from home (WFH) for a week.
Advisory will also be issued to private institutions.
In the measures suggested regarding pollution control, nothing has been said about opening or closing the market.
Everyday things will be available in the market as before, all shops and business establishments associated with them will remain open.
How dangerous is air pollution, know ..
If you are thinking that you do not smoke beedi-cigarette and your lungs are healthy, then now you may have this misconception. Even if you do not smoke, but now you are not even in the category of non-smoker.
Air pollution in Delhi has put everyone in the category of smoker. According to the current AQI, you are inhaling smoke equivalent to 20 to 24 cigarettes a day and those who smoke, they are already taking double the smoke of smoking in the lungs.
The far-reaching effects of air pollution can be fatal, it can lead to lung cancer. Lungs can be fibrosis.
When pollution particles reach the blood, the risk of blood cancer can increase.
This can lead to ‘pneumoconiosis’, which usually happens to those working in coal mines or any such factory. That is why it is important to protect yourself from it.