Delhi AQI 504: Suffocation in Delhi, shortness of breath, air becoming increasingly poisonous, AQI level increasing tension. Delhi AQI 504 was recorded at 6 am on Saturday
The smoke from stubble and vehicles turned Delhi-NCR into a gas chamber on Friday. Due to failure in pollution forecast once again, the capital remained suffocated in smoke for more than 8 hours.
Delhi’s AQI was 468. According to the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), R. Of. Puram’s AQI reached 500. At 9 places it remains at 490 or above.
While stubble pollution was the highest this season at 35.42 percent, vehicle smoke was also at 11.55 percent.
Despite the start of the health emergency, Stage 4, the most stringent step of GRP, could not be implemented. The reason for this was that pollution started reducing slightly.
Delhi AQI 504 was recorded at 6 am on Saturday. Stay with Navbharattimes.com to know the big updates related to Delhi-NCR pollution.
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Delhi AQI 504: Delhi is suffocating, breathing is becoming labored
The national capital Delhi has become a gas chamber. Winter has not even arrived yet, there is still some time left for Diwali, even before that the air is becoming increasingly poisonous.
Clouds of trouble are hovering over the breath and eyes. The situation was expected to improve. But the situation seems to be getting worse day by day.
The Central Pollution Control Board has released the figures today (Saturday) at 4 am. According to these data, the air quality index in Delhi-NCR has been seen in the very poor category.
AQI (Air Quality Index) has crossed 500, It’s Delhi AQI 504. Whereas on Friday, AQI 459 was recorded in Delhi with severe category.
According to the Central Pollution Control Board, there will be a slight improvement in the air quality index today but the air will remain in the severe category for the next three days.
Therefore, at present there is no possibility of much relief from pollution. Because of this, the fourth phase of GRP restrictions can also be implemented in a day or two.
At least 18 of Delhi’s 37 monitoring stations recorded the air quality index (AQI) in the severe category on Thursday.
Delhi AQI 504: Primary school closed
Amidst the increasingly poisonous air in the national capital, the Delhi government on Thursday announced the closure of schools from nursery to class 5 for two days (November 3 and 4).
On Friday, Delhi High Court had reprimanded the government on the issue of increasing air pollution.