No improvement in Delhi's climate, people's lives in crisis

New Delhi: The air quality of India's capital Delhi is in the 'very poor' category today. As per Air Quality and Weather Forecasting and Research System (SAFAR), the Air Quality Index (AQI) of the capital Delhi is 355.

Deteriorated air health as direction changes- According to information received so far, the air health of Delhi-NCR has started deteriorating as the winds from neighbouring states have changed. The winds from the east direction for the past few days have further moved northwest on Friday. Haryana's Bahadurgarh has been recorded as the most polluted city in the country and Greater Noida has been recorded as the second most polluted city due to change of air. It is also being said that Delhi has been ranked third. Air quality is expected to improve as the wind speed increases in the next two days. According to reports, incidents of stubble burning have been recorded at 1077 locations in neighbouring States. The stubble contributes three per cent of the pollution.

The wind speed from the northwest direction has also come down. While the wind speed on the Delhi surface is also sluggish. Due to this, help in the spread of pollutants has not been available so far.  According to the MET department wind speed rise in the next 2 days. Strong winds from November 21 will help the pollutants to spread, which will improve air quality.

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