Pollution, Smog Ease In Delhi After Light Rains, More Showers Likely

Pollution, Smog Ease In Delhi After Light Rains
Pollution, Smog Ease In Delhi After Light Rains

Pollution in Delhi: After 4am, PM2.5 and PM10 levels in the national capital and surrounding areas declined significantly.

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Residents in New Delhi and its surrounding areas were somewhat relieved by overnight rains as toxic haze cleared up and air quality improved slightly. Pollution is expected to ease further ahead of Diwali on Sunday, according to the weather agency. To combat the deteriorating air quality in the national capital, the Delhi government is currently talking to the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) about conducting artificial rains across the city.

As a result of severe pollution, concentrations of harmful particles have reached levels 100 times higher than those recommended by the World Health Organization in New Delhi. Until Thursday, it was the world’s most polluted city.

SAFAR, the government’s air-quality monitoring agency, reported a 407 overall air quality in Delhi at 7 am today.

There were a number of areas that were badly affected, including Ashok Vihar (443), Anand Vihar (436), Bawana (433), Rohini (429) and Punjabi Bagh (422). Neither Noida nor Gurugram, nor other neighbouring cities, are any better. It was 475 this morning in Noida, 459 in Faridabad, 386 in Gurugram, and 325 in Ghaziabad.

In the national capital and surrounding areas, the level of pollutants PM 2.5 and PM10 fell significantly after 4am.  

Meanwhile, the Delhi government is making efforts to execute anti-pollution measures, and it is also considering the idea of ‘artificial rain’ to curtail the pollution issue. On Thursday night, several Aam Admi Party ministers inspected anti-pollution initiatives on the ground.

As part of today’s hearing, the Supreme Court will review measures already taken to improve air quality, discuss tightening road traffic rules, and examine dust raised by construction, which contributes significantly to the city’s pollution issues. 

Founder director of SAFAR, the federal government’s air-quality monitoring agency, Gufran Beig, says Delhi needs heavy and widespread rain to wash away pollutants.

According to Mr Beig, current airflow is bringing smoke from crop residue burning in Punjab and Haryana to Delhi, which also has pollution sources and almost no wind at the moment.

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