In this article, we are going to talk about the Delhi pollution news. Delhi’s air quality index remained above 400, a sign of huge air pollution, in most of the places on Sunday. Delhi-NCR citizens have continued to breathe the toxic air for days while the city government has been trying measures to mitigate the pollution. Since the news has come on the internet it has gone viral on social networking sites. Now many people are curious to know about the news. Here we have more information about the news and we will share it with you in this article.
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As per the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) data, the air quality index (AQI) at Ayanager was 464, in Dwarka Sector-8 at 486, roughly IGI Airport (T3) 480, in Jahangirpuri at 463 on Sunday morning. Based on the doctor’s report, for any healthy person, a guided AQI should be less than 50, but these days the AQI has spiked beyond 400, which could be fatal for those suffering from lung-connected diseases and even pose a risk of lung cancer. The attention of toxic PM2.5 was still 80 times higher than the healthy limit set by the World Health Organization. Scroll down to the next page for more information about the news.
In Delhi, toxic air is not just impacting humans but also birds and animals. Veterinarian Haravtar Singh stated since the city air turned fouler, about 10 birds have been brought with breathing problems.” Just like us humans have been encountering problems because of pollution, even birds, especially pigeons, are being affected. Pigeons especially occupy the national capital. Daily, about 50 different types of birds are brought to our hospital in an injured state or suffering from some issue or the other. So please read the article till the end.
Meantime, the National Zoological Park has taken diverse preventative steps for the animals. ICC World Cup: Sri Lanka cancels training session in Delhi because air quality worsens to dangerous levels. MCD is strictly implementing the Winter Action Plan (WAP)- 2023 -2024 and taking stern action against defaulters. For offenses connected to C&D waste norms, 91 challans have been issued and a fine of Rs 11.8 lakh was imposed. During October, 163 challans were issued amounting to Rs. 34 lakhs at C&D sites for violations of norms. Delhi is the largest urban location on the planet and is also regularly ranked as one of the world’s most polluted cities. Here we have shared all the information that we had. Stay tuned to us for more updates.