NCR pollution conditions are still the same in inferior categories per the AQI (Air Quality Index). Amid the environment, Minister Gopal Rai announced the Odd-Even rule from next week for reducing the air pollution in the city. The rule will be applied from 10th November to 20th November 2023.
It means that vehicles with odd numbers plated will be allowed on odd number dates and Even number plated vehicles will be applied on even number dates from next week. Also, there will be no physical classes till the 9th standard, only 10th to 12th classes will be opened apart from the online classes will be there.
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Delhi -NCR Pollution Position
As per today’s record overall air quality of Delhi is Very poor Category with AIR QUALITY INDEX (AQI) 399 according to the system of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting and Research (SAFAR) India.
- Air Quality At Delhi IIT- 416
- Air Quality At Delhi University -461
- Air Quality at Airport Terminal3 -433
- Air Quality In Noida -463
- Air Quality Gurgram-369
All of Delhi is layered with thick pollution, it will be like hazy weather, there is a Mini lockdown because of high pollution meanwhile in Mumbai recorded as 145 is moderate.
The Delhi government announced the same netizens opposing it about the odd-even things to the state government. Meanwhile, the app leader Harpal Singh Cheema is accusing the BJP rule state of Uttar Pradesh and Haryana Farmer is the burning of stubble burning.
According to the Delhi Pollution Control Committee from 1st November to 15 November will be the peak for stubble burning that leads to high pollution problems in the city. The government trying to reduce pollution and protect the children from the high poor quality air around the city.