Poison dissolved in Delhi's air, air quality index reached 270
Poison dissolved in Delhi's air, air quality index reached 270

New Delhi: Increasing air pollution day by day has made the lives of the people as a matter of importance, where there is no hospital which is not suitable for the patients, the air pollution in Delhi remained at a poor level on Tuesday. It increased by 18 points compared to the same Monday 25 November 2019. In 24 hours, the air quality index rose from 252 to 270. At the same time, the Meteorological Department predicts that due to light drizzle, there will be a slight improvement in the air quality on Wednesday i.e. November 27, 2019, but there is a possibility of malfunction once again on Thursday.

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According to the information received from the same sources, let us tell you that the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) has said that the main reason for not removing pollution is the slow speed of the air and mixing height (the height where the winds rise from the earth). 

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It has not been clear yet that the winds in Delhi are moving at a speed of ten km per hour. At the same time, mixing height remains around two km instead of the standard six km. A little comfort is being attained by the stove's smoke not reaching Delhi. The government is still engaged in solving this growing pollution.

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