Delhi: Air high quality stays ‘very poor’. Check record of most polluted zones

Delhi: Air high quality stays ‘very poor’. Check record of most polluted zones


Delhi: The air high quality index (AQI) has continued to stay within the ‘very poor’ class within the nationwide capital for the seventh consecutive day. According to the information by the System of Air Quality & Weather Forecasting & Research (SAFAR), the AQI has clocked the worth of 355 at 8 am on Saturday. According to authorities, the air high quality is probably going to enhance “significantly” from Sunday owing to comparatively robust winds and attain “poor category”.

Here’s a listing of most polluted zones in Delhi at the moment:

  • Anand Vihar–AQI 393
  • Ashok Vihar- AQI 400 (extreme)
  • Aya Nagar- AQI 337
  • CRRI Mathura Road- AQI 374
  • Channdni Chowk- AQI 327
  • Dwarka Sector 8- AQI 397
  • IGI airport- AQI 349
  • ITO- AQI 378
  • Jhangirpuri- AQI 429 (extreme)
  • Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium- AQI 379
  • Lodhi road-  AQI 278
  • Major Dhayan Chand National Stadium- AQI 385
  • Najafgharh- AQI 348
  • Nehru Nagar- AQI 359
  • Narela- AQI 400 (extreme)
  • North Campus- AQI 376
  • Okhla pase 2- AQI 383
  • Patparganj- AQI 369
  • Punjabi Bahg- AQI 402 (extreme)
  • RK Puram- AQI 394
  • Rohini- AQI 406 (extreme)
  • Shadipur- AQI 393
  • Siri Fort- AQI 361
  • Siri Aurobindo Marg- AQI 355
  • Vivek Vihar- AQI 413 (extreme)

Delhi’s neighbouring cities akin to Faridabad (332), Ghaziabad (338), Greater Noida (352), Gurugram (343) and Noida (414) additionally recorded their air high quality within the ‘very poor’ class, in keeping with the information by the Central air pollution Control Board (CPCB).

An AQI between zero and 50 is taken into account good, 51 and 100 passable, 101 and 200 reasonable, 201 and 300 poor, 301 and 400 very poor, and 401 and 500 extreme.

To fight air pollution, the Delhi authorities has issued 10 instructions, together with a ban on the entry of vehicles carrying non-essential gadgets within the metropolis and closure of faculties and schools until additional orders.

The Delhi authorities has banned development and demolition actions within the metropolis until November 21. It has additionally ordered its staff to earn a living from home until Sunday.

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