QR.bizNewsThick fog engulfs Delhi, air quality enters Hazardous category

Thick fog engulfs Delhi, air quality enters Hazardous category

Warning that the high level of moisture in Delhi's atmosphere and a fall in temperature and upper winds from stubble burning sites will "adversely impact air quality", the report said "AQI will touch the upper level of very poor from November 5 afternoon onwards" as per the SAFAR-forecasting model.

The Supreme Court-appointed Environment Pollution Control Authority (EPCA), which has restricted several activities like construction from November 1, urged Delhiites on Wednesday to use public transport for the next 10 days when the air quality is likely to deteriorate further. "As of now, in the next few days, there is no chance of improvement in the air quality but we are trying our best", said Union Health Minister Dr.

A woman walks along the road on a smoggy morning in Delhi. Cricketers and footballers who are in Delhi playing top division domestic matches have complained of sickness due to the worsening air quality in the capital. The Central Pollution Control Board has also asked pollution control authorities in the neighbouring states of Haryana and Punjab to check stubble burning, which is attributed to be a major cause for the increasing pollution levels in the city.

The first day of restriction in Delhi was imposed on Thursday after "severe-plus" air quality was measured with the AQI crossing the 500 mark.

During the hearing, the counsel appearing for the Delhi government said that a total of 40 lakh old vehicles in Delhi had been de-registered by the authorities.

Ashok Pandey, principal, Ahlcon International School in Mayur Vihar, said, "We have shifted the venue of morning assembly indoors and advised parents to send their wards wearing masks so whenever they are outdoors they have limited exposure to toxic air".

Eleven areas in Delhi recorded "severe" air quality while 16 areas recorded "very poor" air quality, according to the CPCB data. The GRAP is an emergency plan implemented in phases to combat pollution depending upon the air quality of the city.

Furthermore, a report by the Ministry of Environment and Forests, India, in 1997 reviewed on an Environmental situation that in Delhi over concerns of deteriorating conditions.

The Delhi government launched an aggressive 10-day "Clean Air Campaign" from November 1 to monitor and report polluting activities and ordered halting of construction activities and regulating vehicular traffic.

The government has also directed the transport departments and traffic police in these districts to intensify checking of polluting vehicles and control traffic congestion in Delhi and other NCR districts during the period.

An aggressive 10 day-long "Clean Air Campaign" was also launched by Harsh Vardhan.

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