Delhi’s Air quality in “poor” category; pollution likely to “increase significantly”
New Delhi: The Ministry of Earth Sciences’ air quality monitor, SAFAR on Sunday said that Delhi’s air quality recorded in the “poor” category.
It is also said that the share of stubble burning in the national capital’s PM2.5 pollution is likely to “increase significantly.”
Delhi: A layer of haze lingers over the national capital as air quality deteriorates here. Visuals near India Gate, around Akhshardham and Vijay Chowk.
A local says, “Pollution is increasing and it can now be felt. Earlier, we didn’t feel anything while cycling but now we do.” pic.twitter.com/58ZvGMs2KR
— ANI (@ANI) October 18, 2020
This is a developing story.