Air quality shows improvement in Delhi but still severe

09 Nov 2018 10:51 AM

Air quality shows improvement in Delhi but still severe

Updated 09 Nov 2018 10:51 AM

The Environment Protection Authority appointed by Supreme Court on Thursday said it was closely monitoring the situation and if the pollution shows an increasing trend then emergency measures will be imposed in the national capital.
The measures like banning entry of heavy vehicles and odd-even scheme are implemented if the air quality slips to severe plus emergency category.
The Delhi government's transport department has already banned the entry of heavy vehicles in the city from 11 pm on Thursday to 11 pm on November 11 based on the recommendation of the Central Pollution Control Board.

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