Arvind Kejriwal to chair high-level meeting as air quality dips further

The pollution level in Delhi is now on another level. Many people are facing difficulties breathing because of the bad air quality in Delhi right now. On this air pollution, the Chief Minister of Delhi, Arvind Kejriwal is going to chai high-level meeting because the air quality dips further. Her hands called for the meeting to address the increase in pollution in Delhi. Many people are facing a lot of problems right now because of the pollution. The air quality is going to worsen and worsen. If it continues for more days, Delhi is going to be the most dangerous state of the current time. Now read this article till the end to learn everything.

Arvind Kejriwal

The Chief Minister of Delhi, Arvind Kejriwal has initiated a high-level meeting on 6th November 2023, Monday. This meeting has been initiated regarding the issue of the high level of pollution which is making the air quality very poor at this time. On the rise of pollution in the national capital, the environment Minister Gopal Rai and other officials of the concerned department are going to attend the meeting which has been held by Arvind Kejriwal. The biggest breaking news regarding this meeting is that that meeting has already occurred. This meeting started at noon today. It is not declared that this meeting is over now or not.

Til now it has not been disclosed that Arvind Kejriwal and other ministers have taken a decision or what they have discussed regarding the bad air quality in the national capital. According to the data provided by SAFAR, on 6th November 2023, Monday at 7:00 am, the air quality in Delhi was positioned at a critical category with an AQI of 471. If we look at further records the AQI in Delhi University recorded the official AQI of 473. Scroll down to the next paragraph to learn about the AQI of other areas.

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At the airport Terminal 3 recorded an AQI of 559, IIT Delhi at 517, Gurugram at 516, and Noida at 616. All these areas are in a critical category at this time. The areas such as Lodhi Road and Pusa recorded official AQI levels of 450 and 407. Both areas are in a severe category. The Central Pollution Control Board data has shown that the Jawaharlal Nehru stadium recorded an AQI of 409. And now there is going to be a restriction of the truck traffic in the national capital.

Prakash Israni
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