Delhi Air Quality Continues To Remain Very Poor

November 20, 2021 11:39
Delhi Air Quality Continues To Remain Very Poor

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Delhi Air Quality Continues To Remain Very Poor:- The Air Quality Index (AQI) of the national capital New Delhi continued to remain very poor. The government imposed several restrictions but the air quality did not improve. As per the data by the System of Air Quality & Weather Forecasting & Research (SAFAR), the AQI clocked 355 by 8 PM on Saturday. The air quality is likely to improve significantly in the coming days. Strong winds are expected from Sunday in the national capital. The neighbouring cities like Faridabad, Gurugram, Ghaziabad, Greater Noida also reported poor air quality as per the reports from the Central Pollution Control Board. Here is the list of the most polluted zones in Delhi:

Anand Vihar--AQI 393
Ashok Vihar- AQI 400 (severe)
Aya Nagar- AQI 337
CRRI Mathura Road- AQI 374
Channdni Chowk- AQI 327
Dwarka Sector 8- AQI 397
IGI airport- AQI 349
ITO- AQI 378
Jhangirpuri- AQI 429 (severe)
Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium- AQI 379
Lodhi road- AQI 278
Major Dhayan Chand National Stadium- AQI 385
Najafgharh- AQI 348
Nehru Nagar- AQI 359
Narela- AQI 400 (severe)
North Campus- AQI 376
Okhla pase 2- AQI 383
Patparganj- AQI 369
Punjabi Bahg- AQI 402 (severe)
RK Puram- AQI 394
Rohini- AQI 406 (severe)
Shadipur- AQI 393
Siri Fort- AQI 361
Siri Aurobindo Marg- AQI 355
Vivek Vihar- AQI 413 (severe)

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