In Delhi (Delhi) and its adjoining areas, air quality has been recorded in the ‘Moderate’ category this morning. This improvement has come due to increasing wind speed and rain for the past several days.
There has been some improvement in the ongoing pollution in the national capital Delhi, which gave the people of the city a chance to breathe clean air. The air quality in Delhi has come from ‘poor’ to ‘medium’ category. According to data from the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), the Air Quality Index (AQI) of the national capital was recorded up to 156 on Thursday morning, which falls in the ‘Moderate’ category. AQI was recorded at 193, 177 and 155 in many areas of Delhi like Anand Vihar, Rohini and Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium respectively.
Explain that AQI between 0 and 50 is ‘good’, ’51’ and ‘100’ satisfactory, 101 and 200 ‘medium’, 201 and 300 ‘bad’, 301 and 400 ‘very bad’. And between 401 and 500 is considered ‘serious’. The presence of PM 2.5 was mainly in the city air. The System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting and Research (Safar) of the Union Ministry of Earth Sciences said that the PM2.5 level in the capital has been measured at 185 and the PM10 level at 62 micrograms per meter.
What is the main reason of pollution in the country
Actually, two elements are responsible for pollution, of which PM 2.5 and PM 10 are the major particles. These dust particles are so fine that it is difficult for anyone to see them. The most dangerous PM 2.5 particles are those that easily reach the lungs of the people through the breath and give rise to different types of respiratory diseases. PM2.5 up to 60 micrograms per cubic meter is considered safe. The main reasons of pollution in the country are smoke emanating from the vehicles, burning fuel for cooking, electricity generation, industry, construction, burning of garbage and stubble burning.
In the next 2-3 days, the wind may again become ‘bad’.
Safar said that the air quality in Delhi and its adjoining areas has been recorded in the ‘moderate’ category this morning. This improvement has come due to the increase in wind speed for the last several days. Along with this, the capital of the capital is expected to improve further in the coming days due to the rains. However, dusty winds can also increase pollution again in the coming days. Due to the effect of dusty winds, Delhi’s air can again fall into the ‘moderate’ to ‘bad’ category in the next 2 to 3 days.