Despite the Supreme Court banning the sale of firecrackers in Delhi-NCR on Diwali, fireworks have been rampant in many areas. The result was that Delhi’s Pollution At Hazardous Level. It is known that the Supreme Court has banned the sale of firecrackers to prevent pollution in Delhi. Despite this, due to fireworks in many areas of Delhi, the air of Delhi has become poisonous.
Pollution At Hazardous Level
Due to the fireworks on Diwali, the data of the poisonous air is shocking. According to the data, there is no dearth of pollution in Delhi compared to last year. Regardless of the bay, there has been fog in Delhi due to fireworks.
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The online indicator of the pollution monitoring station of the city described the quality of the air very poor as the amount of PM 2.5 and PM 10 in the air grew rapidly at about seven in the evening. RK Puram surveillance station, at about 11 pm, had PM 2.5 level cubic meter at 878 microgram and PM10 level at 1,179 microgram cubic meter.