Dhaka’s air today is unhealthy, Delhi at dangerous levels
Air pollution in India’s capital Delhi has reached dangerous levels. Delhi has topped the list of most polluted cities in the world for the past few days. School has been closed. Restrictions have been imposed. Even during the day, the car has to be driven in the light of headlights.
The Indian capital topped the list with a score of 533, according to the Air Quality Index on Saturday morning (November 4). This air quality is very hazardous or hazardous to health.
The second most polluted city in the list is Lahore, Pakistan. The city has a score of 514. Kuwait City is in the second position. Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh, was seen in the sixth position with a score of 159. This quality of air is unhealthy.
Air quality between 201 and 300 is considered harmful. An air quality between 301 and 400 is considered very hazardous and between 401 and 500 the situation is considered severe.
Years come, years go, but the fear of Delhiites about air pollution does not go away. The country’s capital is covered in a blanket of smoke. The festive season is not over yet. It’s still a bit late to catch a cold. Next week is Diwali. But in the meantime, Delhi’s pollution is again frightening.
Delhi is covered in pollution every year during Diwali. As soon as the month of November comes to an end, pollution is a threat again. Also during this time stubble was burned in large parts of western Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Punjab. Due to this, Delhi, Noida and vast nearby areas suffered from severe pollution. Last year too, Delhi’s air quality slipped into the ‘very poor’ category after Diwali night. The sky of the country’s capital was covered with smog.
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