According to central government agency Safar, Delhi’s air quality has been recorded in ‘very poor’ category on Saturday. With this, dense fog enveloped the capital on Saturday morning. This also reduced visibility (visibility).
After holding the critical category for 3 consecutive days, there was a slight improvement in the air of Delhi-NCR on Friday and the pollution situation was recorded in very poor category.
According to the forecast of the Meteorological Department, there was a possibility of better improvement in the air of Delhi NCR on the next 2 days i.e. Saturday and Sunday.
At the same time, the air of Gurugram, Faridabad, Noida, Greater Noida and Ghaziabad in NCR was also in very poor category. However, Ghaziabad’s air was recorded in the highest level of very poor category.
According to Safar, the PM10 level of 338 and PM2.5 of 198 micrograms per cubic meter has been recorded as the element responsible for pollution in the last 24 hours.
At the same time, due to better ventilation index in the next 2 days and the speed of wind speed will help in reducing pollution continuously.
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