Gurgaon police stories visitors congestion on NH-48 at Kherki toll in the direction of Delhi

Gurgaon police stories visitors congestion on NH-48 at Kherki toll in the direction of Delhi


Gurgaon police on Tuesday reported a visitors congestion on the NH-48 at Kherki toll in the direction of Delhi as a result of heavy automobile strain. They additionally notified that they’re current on the spot to facilitate the visitors.

Additionally, Gurgaon Police notified on Twitter, “visitors congestion has been reported on NH-48 at kapriwas in the direction of jaipur as a result of heavy automobile strain. Our visitors officers is on the spot to facilitate the visitors. Inconvenience prompted is extremely regretted.” 

The air high quality within the nationwide capital slipped again into the ‘Very Poor’ class with the general Air Quality Index recorded at 369 on Tuesday morning, as per the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB). This comes as the town is experiencing a chilly wave and residents woke as much as fog and mist.

As per the India Meteorological Department (IMD), the air high quality over Delhi-National Capital Territory (NCT) is more likely to stay within the higher finish of the ‘Very Poor’ class until Christmas, owing to gradual/calm winds and poor air flow circumstances however is predicted to enhance after that.

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“The air quality is likely to deteriorate and remain in upper end of Very Poor category but improve after December 26,” IMD stated.

“The predominant surface wind is likely to remain calm in Delhi with mainly clear sky and shallow fog in the morning today. The predominant surface wind is likely to remain calm in Delhi with partly cloudy sky and shallow fog in the morning tomorrow,” it added.

As per SAFAR, the air high quality will degrade additional however stay within the ‘Very Poor’ class, “due to cold wave conditions and moderate wind speed”.

On Monday Delhi air high quality was recorded within the ‘Poor’ class.

Meanwhile, the Air Quality Index (AQI) in Noida, in response to SAFAR was recorded to be 319 whereas that in Gurugram was 306.

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