Pollution level soars again in Diwali as ‘toxic haze’ blankets Delhi, NCR

Recently the news has come on the internet that Delhi’s air quality stood at ‘266’ in the morning post Diwali, falling the air quality in the poor category. Delhi has seen the best air quality on Diwali day in eight years which worsened in the evening after the firecracker ban was flouted. Since the news has come on the internet and it went viral on the social media platforms. Now many people are searching the news on the internet as they are super curious to know about the whole information. In this article, we will try to give complete information about the news, so let’s continue the article.
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Delhi Fire Service (DFS) chief, Atul Garg stated around 100 calls for fire-connected incidents have been received by the Fire Service department on Diwali. These calls were received on the evening of 12 November between 6 pm and 10:45 pm. Around 22 firecrackers connected calls have been received on the day of Diwali among a  total of 208fire related calls. Last week, the Supreme Court ruled for a ban on crackers containing barium and permitted the bursting of only green crackers. Scroll down to the next page for more information about the news, so please read the complete article.
Bursting of green crackers was also banned in Delhi because of hazardous pollution levels. On the day of Diwali, this ban was flouted much. Visuals from Azadpur, Rajghat, and Kartavya Path show the toxic haze covering Delhi on Monday morning. These visuals show the huge ranking at which the bursting of crackers happened in Delhi on the day of Diwali despite the cracker ban and many campaigns to raise awareness. You are on the right page for more information about the news, so please read the complete article.
 As far as we know, these visuals from Gole Market, Mandir Marg,  Ram Nagar Market, and Paharganji show the extent of the usefulness of it firework ban. Visuals from the previous night show the intense toxic haze covering the national capital lowering visibility following fumes from fireworks. On Diwali night, pollution levels soared again in the capital city following the fireworks. Pollution levels in the city soared in the previous two weeks following an expansion in the number of stubble-burning incidents in neighboring states of Punjab. Here we have shared all the information that we had if we get any information then we will update you soon. Stay tuned to us for more updates.
Gurleen Kaur

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