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Foggy polluted Wednesday morning for Delhi NCR but theres slight

Foggy polluted Wednesday morning for Delhi NCR but theres slight


Foggy Pollution In Delhi

It was the first time that after Diwali the capital was appeared gauze wrapped. Experts believe that the leading cause of smog is the increase in pollution levels and decrease in wind speed. Due to the low level of pollutants in the Capital by PM2.5 and PM10 people  on Wednesday  faced trouble. Those who had gone out for morning walk faced the most trouble. Benzene and nitrogen dioxide in the air has increased nearly double from the normal levels.

Even after three days from Diwali, the national capital was seen like a 'gas chamber". Delhi was drapped all day in a Thick blanket of mist-laden pollutants, the Delhi people was forced to breathe in this ‘serious' quality air. Pune-based organization 'journey' said Punjab and Haryana, where farming is done at mass level, blowing air from the north-west of the areas are responsible for the air pollution in Delhi. Organization said that it is expected to remain at least for one day in a similar situation.

Based on air quality advisory the mobile app "journey" that people checking the quality index of air displayed 473 which is just approx  500. Its maximum range is 500. Experts pointed out that the drop in temperature and air flow due to nil also makes the situation so bad.

There's no any trace found of Diwali fireworks smoke, humidity and wind. All of this together made the air polluted in the capital and due to this a thick layer of mist is spread all over the city and dangerous pollution particles are entering the body via inhaled air. Early today fairly small elements pollution (PM10 and PM2.5) levels reached at a dangerous level. Pune Travel (System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting and Research) had expressed its fears before.

Around  two o'clock , the PM 10 levels in several areas of the city including RK Puram and Anand Vihar has crossed the mark of 1,000 micrograms. 100 micrograms per cubic meter of PM10 level is safe. Safdarjung observatory recorded the official visibility to 200 meters, but in the morning there was zero visibility in many areas of the city, even the heavy smoke was filled in the underground subway metro stations.

According to the Delhi Pollution Control Committee (DPCC) PM2.5 safest level is 60 micrograms but at  two o'clock  in the morning, it was registered 883 micrograms per cubic meter in Anand Vihar and 748 micrograms in RK Puram. Area like Shanti Path, where pollution is too much of the usually moderate air quality, the US Embassy investigated the pollution and noted PM2.5 levels were higher than the maximum of the range.

The Delhi High Court had last year said that living in delhi is like staying in a "gas chamber". The court had directed the central and Delhi governments to submit a detailed action plan to counter pollution. Morning peak levels of pollution was recorded (PM2.5 and PM10) which was more than 10 times the safe limit. With the end of the day it fell, but after evening there came a sudden boom. The safe limit for these tiny particles are respectively, 60 and 100 micrograms per cubic meter.

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