New Delhi: The next two days could be more disaster in North India, reeling under intense heat wave, including the capital. The dust storm on the Pakistan side is heading towards India, which can be a difficult one for people to breathe.
According to the information, a major storm of dust picking from Pakistan and Afghanistan could affect the entire north India, including Delhi-NCR, as reported by the central government body, which shows weather forecasts and ' air quality '. The Central Pollution Control Board is monitoring the atmosphere after an alert was issued late on Tuesday night.
With this, the dust storm from Pakistan and Afghanistan, which is heading towards India, will enter the country via Rajasthan. The storm will make the Thar desert of Rajasthan dust and severe. According to the alert of the institution, air quality is likely to fall considerably in North India, especially Delhi. The dust storm will increase the volume of both PM 2.5 and PM 10. Patients suffering from respiratory disease can thus have difficulty breathing. Due to this, people may have to wear masks even in this scorching heat.