By : Oneindia Video Team
Published : October 12, 2020, 02:10
Duration : 01:17
Delhi's air quality turns 'hazardous' as stubble burning increases, will it improves soon?
With the arrival of the winters and the increase in stubble burning in the neighbouring states of haryana, Punjab and Uttar Pradesh...toxic air woes are back to haunt the Delhiites. The air quality in Delhi deteriorated on Monday morning as the pollutants increased, turning the atmosphere in several areas 'hazardous'. According to Delhi Pollution Control Committee data, the Air Quality Index was recorded 'poor' with 275 AQI in Anand Vihar, 263 in Rohini, 275 in ITO and 229 in Nehru Nagar. Some residents also complained of irritation in eyes and some breathing problems. Last Year Delhi turned into a gas chamber, making it impossible for the residents to step out for morning walks and other outdoor activities. This time the Delhi government has already sprung into action to fight pollution with a 'green war room' at the Delhi Secretariat