The AQI was 235 at Gurugram, 300 at Noida and 266 at IIT Delhi, all in the poor category. According to the SAFAR, the overall Air Quality Index (AQI) in Delhi stood at 249 this morning. The air pollution levels in Delhi came down to the `poor` category from `very poor` on Tuesday as the national capital recorded an AQI of 221.
Delhi's air quality was recorded in the "poor" category for the second consecutive day on Thursday. With the air pollution levels in the national capital coming down to the "poor" category from "very poor", the Commission for Air Quality Management (CAQM) said it will review the situation on Friday.
Delhi woke up to a lingering smog covering its skies on Monday Delhi AQI is in very poor category Delhi govt will review the stage 4 GRAP measures today Delhi air quality improved slightly on Sunday Delhi govt is likely to take a call on re-opening primary schools and the continuation of WFH for 50% Govt staff
In the wake of severe pollution in the national capital, many schools have taken several measures to protect children Delhi Parents Association President said shutting down of primary schools is a welcome step The online classes will commence as usual, and the timetable will be allocated to the parents by the school teachers
Politics is intensifying regarding Delhi pollution. BJP leader Tajinder Pal Singh Bagga has described Arvind Kejriwal as Hitler through the poster and held Delhi responsible for making it a gas chamber. In view of Delhi pollution, the Chamber of Trade Industry has written a letter to PM Modi and has also demanded an emergency meeting.