Just a day after Vijaya Dashami celebrations within the nation’s capital, the air high quality has deteriorated and reached dangerous ranges. According to knowledge from the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), the Air Quality Index (AQI) 307 was recorded within the ITO.
On Monday (October 26), people confronted respiratory difficulties as a consequence of smog within the areas round India Gate, Akshardham and ITO.
Pollution ranges reached extraordinarily dangerous ranges in Delhi’s Anand Parbat and Ashok Vihar areas. On Sunday, AQI 403 was recorded in Anand Parbat and 520 in Ashok Vihar. As per knowledge from CPCB, the air high quality index was in important situation on Sunday in all areas besides Delhi Cantt and Naraina.
In the adjoining districts of Ghaziabad and Noida, the air high quality on Sunday night reached ‘extreme’ stage. According to a government company, the air high quality in Gurgaon and Faridabad too was ‘very poor’. Air pollution PM 2.5 and PM 10 have reached ‘extreme’ class in 4 neighbouring districts of Delhi, CPCB stated.
As per knowledge, AQI was 416 in Loni space of Ghaziabad at 8 pm on Sunday evening, 374 in Indirapuram, 354 in Sanjay Nagar and 330 in Vasundhara. While Noida recorded AQI 382 in Sector 116 and 363 in Sector 62 and 356 in Sector 1. AQI stood at 370 in Sector 51 in Gurgaon and 329 in Vikas Sadan, it was recorded at 366 in Sector 16A in Faridabad, 363 in Sector 30 and 319 in NIT.
An AQI between 0-50 is taken into account good, 51-100 is passable, 101-200 reasonable, 201-300 poor, 301-400 very poor and 401-500 is marked as extreme/hazardous.