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Delhi Ncr Pollution Level Live Updates Delhi-ncr’s Air Turns Toxic Again, Aqi In severe category

Amar Ujala, News Desk, New Delhi

Published by: Anurag Saxena
Updated Fri, 12 Nov 2021 08:42 AM IST

Summary

According to the CPCB, the Air Quality Index (AQI) of Anand Vihar in Delhi stood at 487 at 8 am on Friday. The worst situation since Diwali remains in Ghaziabad.

Lotus Temple visible due to low visibility
– Photo : ANI

There was some improvement in the air quality in the national capital on Friday. According to SAFAR, the AQI in Delhi during this period was 360 in the ‘Very Poor’ category and visibility was poor at Qutub Minar, Lotus Temple, Akshardham Temple on Friday. The cases of stubble burning in neighboring states are not decreasing.

The roads were covered with a thick layer of smog and visibility was poor. Due to the smog, people had to face irritation in the eyes and respiratory problems. Due to the low wind speed, the air quality is likely to worsen today. Delhi’s AQI remains in the severe category.

According to the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), the air quality index (AQI) of Anand Vihar in Delhi stood at 487 at 8 am on Friday. The worst situation since Diwali remains in Ghaziabad. On Friday morning, the AQI of Loni in Ghaziabad has been recorded as 499 and that of Indirapuram at 491. The AQI of Sector 62, Noida was recorded at 493. AQI of 453 was recorded at 8 am in Haryana’s Faridabad. The AQI was recorded at 430 in Gurugram.

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There was some improvement in the air quality in the national capital on Friday. According to SAFAR, the AQI in Delhi during this period was 360 in the ‘Very Poor’ category and visibility was poor at Qutub Minar, Lotus Temple, Akshardham Temple on Friday. The cases of stubble burning in neighboring states are not decreasing.

The roads were covered with a thick layer of smog and visibility was poor. Due to the smog, people had to face irritation in the eyes and respiratory problems. Due to the low wind speed, the air quality is likely to worsen today. Delhi’s AQI remains in the severe category.

According to the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), the air quality index (AQI) of Anand Vihar in Delhi stood at 487 at 8 am on Friday. The worst situation since Diwali remains in Ghaziabad. On Friday morning, the AQI of Loni in Ghaziabad has been recorded as 499 and that of Indirapuram at 491. The AQI of Sector 62, Noida was recorded at 493. AQI of 453 was recorded at 8 am in Haryana’s Faridabad. The AQI was recorded at 430 in Gurugram.

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