Here is everything you want to learn about Delhi air pollution situation. Now it has been announced that the air quality of Delhi has gone worse which is further as the AQI has reached 266. The air quality has been recorded as very poor. The commission of the Air Quality Management (AQM) has been invoked at an 11-point action plan so that it can prevent some further deterioration. The government has recently released an issue by the Ministry of Environment under the GRAP 2 restrictions in Delhi NCR. It has been planned that there is going to be a ban on the use of wood and coal-fired stoves. Now read this article to know about the entire air quality situation of Delhi.
The Delhi air quality has gone up more and more. It has continuedly to remain in the poor category with the Air Quality Index (AQI) has been stood up at 266. This news was shared by the System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting and Research data at 7:30 a.m. As per the India Meteorological Department (IMD), the partly cloudy sky has a great possibility of drizzling on Sunday night in Delhi, and the maximum and minimum temperatures in the national capital are going to settle at approximately 32 and 17 Celsius. Keep reading to know more.
If we look at the Air Quality levels, the AQI has now increased in the national capital from the moderate to a very poor category. If we check the air quality on the scale if it is between 0 and 50 it is good. If it is between 51 and 100 it is satisfactory, If it is between 101 and 200 it is moderate. If it is between 201 and 300 it is poor. If it is between 301 and 400 it is very poor. And if it is between 401 and 500 it is severe. Read to know more.
According to SAFAR. the AQI at the Delhi Airpot has been recorded at 273, at IIT Delhi it has been recorded at 228, in Noida it has been recorded at 290. And areas such as Delhi University, Dhirput it has been recorded as a very poor ait situation with an AQI of 316 and 342. SAFAR has also stated that some of the areas have been recorded at moderate air quality AQI in Pusa, Mathura Road, Lodhi Road, and Gurugram are at 200, 131, 173, and 152. And the areas such as Burari have been recorded at 264, Rohini at 287, and Narela at 274. All these areas are considered in a poor category.