The air level in the Delhi NCR wrapped in smog wrap areas is continuously in very poor condition. The PM2.5 level is above 300 in the Air Quality Index in Rajdhani, Gurgaon and Noida. Travel agency related to pollution has said that this is not going to provide relief. If this Diwali burns even half the firecrackers from last time, then even Delhi’s own event is certain.
Explain that AQI is ‘good’ when it is between 0 and 50, while ‘satisfactory’ between 51 and 100, ‘medium’ between 101 and 200, ‘bad’ between 201 and 300, 301 and 400. Between ‘very poor’ and between 401 and 500, it is considered ‘severe’. Delhi’s average air quality index stood at 500 on Saturday.
Delhi NCR wrapped in smog wrap, AQI level exceeds 400 in many areas
Stubble burning has increased continuously in Punjab and Haryana. Meanwhile, a western disturbance is active and its effect will be on the North-West border. Due to this, the pollution of Parali on October 26 will affect Delhi’s pollution by 15 to 20%. Due to this, the air index can remain around 370. But from October 27, the winds will not bring the smoke of the straw, the pollution which will increase in the air will be firecrackers with their own reasons in Delhi.