Delhi Pollution Today Winter Increased With Fall In Temperature Air Of The Capital Is Suffocating

With the drop in temperature in Delhi-NCR, now the feeling of winter has started increasing. Changes in the weather are being seen in the states of North India since the beginning of December. In some areas including Delhi, there is fog in the morning, while in many places a sheet of smog and haze is visible in the sky. Due to decrease in temperature and slowing down of wind speed, the pollution level is also falling.

The reason for the air quality going into the severe category was due to poor ventilation and low wind speed. Thereafter, Phase-III restrictions were implemented in the NCR as per the Graded Response Action Plan (GRAP). Under this, activities related to construction and demolition have been banned with immediate effect. Non-polluting construction works including plumbing, interior designing, wiring, etc. are exempted from this ban.

The reason for the air quality going into the severe category was due to poor ventilation and low wind speed. Thereafter, Phase-III restrictions were implemented in the NCR as per the Graded Response Action Plan (GRAP). Under this, activities related to construction and demolition have been banned with immediate effect. Non-polluting construction works including plumbing, interior designing, wiring, etc. are exempted from this ban.

The Meteorological Department says that there will be a further drop in the temperature in the coming days. In such a situation, it is being estimated that the air quality is not expected to improve as the winter progresses. According to the data from the Central Pollution Control Board today (Monday), at around 7 am on December 5, the air quality i.e. Air Quality Index (AQI) in Delhi’s Anand Vihar, UP’s Noida, Haryana’s Gurugram and Faridabad is 350. registered across.

Re-construction and demolition activities have been banned due to poor air quality in the capital Delhi. The Air Quality Management Commission (AQMC) has directed to implement the third phase of the Graded Response Action Plan (GRAP) in Delhi-NCR. Let us inform that Delhi’s 24-hour average air quality index ie Air Quality Index (AQI) 407 was recorded on Sunday evening.

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