Breathing in Delhi-NCR becoming even more severe!

New Delhi: Pollution is continuously increasing in the country. The air pollution situation in Delhi-NCR is becoming increasingly dangerous. Delhi's air is still not breathable.  As per the information received today, AQI-332 has been recorded in Delhi, which falls under the very poor category. The AQI level at Anand Vihar in Delhi was 396. Air Quality Index (AQI) has been recorded at 329 at IGI Airport. On the other hand, the air in UP-Haryana is also becoming poisonous. The situation here has come under the alarming category of AQI level in many cities. Even after the fact that the role of stubble in pollution is 2 per cent, the air of NCR remains in a bad category.

According to media reports, the wind is moving from the east direction.  Due to this, the smoke from Punjab-Haryana will not reach Delhi. There has been a partial improvement in pollution in the past few days. Where it is said that AQI may reach an even worse category on 21st November. However, it is expected that air circulation may see some improvement in air pollution. So let's know what the Air Quality Index has recorded in other States today. In which area the situation is very serious.

Air pollution has worsened the situation in several cities of Haryana. The air quality index has been recorded at 310 in Ambala. In Bhiwani, AQI has reached a very poor category. Where it has been found that 257 AQI was recorded here this morning. The air in UP's capital Lucknow is also becoming poisonous. The AQI level at Lalbagh here has been recorded at 281. Talkatora has been recorded at 234 AQI.

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