Delhi air pollution to soar for next two days | Namaste Bharat

09 Nov 2018 09:36 AM

Delhi air pollution to soar for next two days | Namaste Bharat

Updated 09 Nov 2018 09:36 AM

The air quality in the national capital showed little improvement on Friday but the pollution level still remains at ‘dangerous’ level. A ban has been imposed on the entry of trucks and other heavy vehicles in Delhi till November 11 as a control measure to curb the pollution level that spiked had exponentially after the residents of the region flouted Supreme Court’s restrictions on firecrackers on Diwali night.
People have been complaining of difficulty in breathing since Thursday as the air quality deteriorated to worst-ever 999-mark, the morning after Diwali.

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