Schools open again in Delhi from today, were closed for 2 weeks due to pollution.

New Delhi:All schools have been reopened once in the capital Of Desh, Delhi today (Monday) i.e. November 29. The children were seen going to school early in the morning. In fact, schools, colleges and other educational institutions were closed for two weeks due to increased pollution levels due to dangerous air quality (AQI) in Delhi. Which have now opened back once.

Delhi Environment Minister Gopal Rai had on Wednesday (November 24th) briefed about the Delhi government's decision to reopen all educational institutions after improving air quality levels in the city. Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia had also tweeted announcing the opening of schools and colleges from Monday (November 29). Tell us that schools in the capital have been opened for all classes. Work from home was introduced in schools as well as government offices due to poor air quality in Delhi in the past, which has also been scrapped now.

However, according to the Safar app, Delhi's air quality is still in the 'extremely poor' category. Parents, on the other hand, say there is pollution, but how long will schools remain closed for this. The future of children is also to be seen. In such a situation, it is good for schools to open. Tell us that schools were running online due to the corona virus epidemic, which was opened after the situation returned to normal.

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