air quality Talking about Delhi, the overall AQI of Delhi is at 437 at 3 pm. This figure of travel shows that in the capital pollution is in ‘critical’ condition. Schools have been closed in Delhi after the implementation of the fourth phase of GRAP i.e. Graded Response Action Plan. Delhi Environment Minister Gopal Rai has said that there will be a ban on trucks in the capital. Only trucks connected with essential services will be allowed to come. There will be no ban on CNG and electric vehicles. The Delhi government is going to write a letter to the UP and Haryana governments to divert the vehicles from the Eastern Peripheral Expressway.
Primary schools in Delhi to be shut tomorrow onwards till the pollution situation in the National capital improves pic.twitter.com/XOirB16nCL
— ANI (@ANI) October 4, 2022
Private companies have been suggested to make employees work from home. 50 percent of Delhi government employees will work from home. Talking about Delhi’s pollution, the Safar app shows that Delhi’s Dhirpur area is the most polluted at 3.30 pm. There the AQI has reached 533. Talking about the cities of NCR, the pollution in Gurugram has become terrible. The AQI is 503. The situation in Noida is worse, where the AQI has reached 526.
People are getting upset due to the ‘poison’ dissolved in the air. People are having trouble in breathing including sore throat, cough etc. Children are more affected by pollution. This is the reason why orders have now been given to close the schools in Delhi as well.