Mumbai vs Delhi air pollution as THESE areas record very poor AQI

Mumbai vs. Delhi: Mumbai vs. Delhi again. Again the financial capital has beat the National capital on air pollution as all these areas are recorded as very poor AQI. Some areas in Mumbai have now recorded bad and very poor air with AQI above almost 300. ANd the air quality of Delhi is satisfactory with an AQI of 83 and in Mumbai currently, it is in the moderate category with an AQI of 113. At this time the air quality in both the states of Mumbai and Delhi is very bad right now. The level of air pollution is in a very bad condition right now.

Delhi AQI

As we all know Delhi has always been in the worst state of air pollution. And we also know that Mumbai used to be one of the cleanest states in India. But now the situation is also very wrong with Mumbai. Mumbai is now also one of the most polluted states. Mumbai has beaten the national capital in the same areas which have been recorded in AQI above 300. According to the System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting and Research data at 9:00 am has claimed, the air quality in Mumbai is now the worst. It has been recorded in the moderate category with an air quality index (AQI) of 113.

According to the source, the air quality in the national capital Mumbai right now is in the satisfactory category in the entire AQI at 83. Currently, the air quality at Kalangar in the Bandra Kurla area has now touched 178. Moderate air has been recorded in the areas which include Borivali, Bhandup, and Worli with the AQI at 135, 131, and 139. And the areas such as Deonar have recorded very poor air quality with the AQI at 216, and in Chembur is at 213. Andheri has recorded an AQI of 346, and Navi Mumbai has recorded an AQI of 311. Mazgaon has recorded an AQI of 307.

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If we look at Delhi, As of Monday night the air quality has been a little bit improved in Delhi. Lodhi Road has recorded an AQI of 63, Delhi Airpot (T3) recorded an AQI of 56, IIT Delhi recorded an AQI of 45, And the IIT Delhi, Mathura Road, and Noida recorded an AQI of 45, 27, and 37. And some other hotspots such as Jahangirpuri, Rohini, RK Puram, and Wazirput have now recorded an AQI of 172 135, 184, and 155. All the air quality index has been recorded. The air quality index is a big tool for the effective communication of the air quality status to people in a way of easy to understand.

Prakash Israni
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