Delhi Air Quality Reaches 500, Suffocation Begins

by GoNews Desk 7 months ago Views 919
Delhi air pollution
The air in Delhi-NCR is again turning poisonous. On Monday morning, the Air Quality Index (AQI) in Delhi reached around 500 and people started experiencing suffocation. 

At 10 a.m. on Monday, in Dwarka Sector-8, AQI was recorded as 495, which is dangerous.

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Similarly, at Rohini’s Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies, AQI was recorded as 370. 

At Wazirpur’s Delhi Institute of Tool Engineering, AQI was recorded as 333 points, while in Anand Vihar, it was recorded as 325 points.

In Ghaziabad’s Sanjay Nagar, AQI crossed 500 points; here AQI was recorded as 525 points.

In Noida too, the level of pollution in the air increased. Here, in Sector 125, AQI was recorded as 409.

In Faridabad, AQI was recorded as 216 points but even this level is dangerous for health.

Similarly, in Gurgaon, AQI was registered as 182 points, but even this air is not suitable for breathing.

In the past few months, people in Delhi-NCR had been breathing clean air and AQI had fallen below 100 points, but now it is rising. It is being believed that in the coming days, the level of pollution in Delhi-NCR will increase further.

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