Other news: Aud-Even will be implemented in Delhi again? Pollution in air is increasing continuously from stubble – odd even again may return in delhi as pollutants increasing in delhi air

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Once the cold starts in the capital Delhi, there is a call for increasing pollution once again. The highest increase in PM2.5 level due to stubble was recorded on Saturday. A 19 percent increase was recorded in this pollutant. In neighboring states, incidents of stubble burning were identified at 882 places on Friday, while on Thursday it was 583. The winds coming from Punjab and Haryana are bringing with them a large amount of pollution. Due to the low wind speed, it stops over the city of Delhi.

The PM2.5 level due to the stubble on Wednesday was only 1 percent in the Delhi air, which increased to 6 percent on Thursday and reached 18 percent on Friday. In 2019, this level reached the highest at 44 percent.

Aud-even can return again

Once again the aud evens may be implemented to save the capital from becoming a gas chamber. A government official said that frequent meetings are being held to reduce pollution. However, there is no specific discussion on the scheme of Odd-Even. Along with making people aware, some rules need to be strictly enforced. Transport systems have also been improved for this.

It’s a little relief
There is some relief for the capitalists. Pollution will not go into extremely bad condition until 20 October. This change has occurred due to weather and winds. However, the smoke of the straw has also polluted the capital by 19 percent on Saturday. The capital’s air index was recorded at around 254 on Saturday morning. After this it increased.

According to CPCB’s Air Bulletin, the capital’s AQI 287 was recorded. Apart from this, it was recorded in Bahadurgarh 224, Ballabgarh 283, Bhiwadi 329, Faridabad 295, Ghaziabad 289, Greater Noida 330 and Noida. Some cities in NCR remained in a very poor condition on Saturday. According to experts, the mood of pollution will remain fluctuating in the same way. Winds are the reason for this. There is some speed in their speed and it is stopping now.

According to Safar (SAFAR) forecast, pollution remained in poor condition on Saturday. There was some increase in its level during the day. The weather will remain the same on Sunday. After this, it is expected to improve on October 19 and 20, but it will remain in a bad condition. On the other hand, cases of burning straw in Haryana, Punjab have increased. During the last 24 hours, 882 incidents of stubble burning have been reported in the satellite image. Parali’s share in raising PM 2.5 stood at 19 percent on Saturday.

Pink cold knock

The morning and evening pink cold has knocked. The weather of the day will also start changing from this week. On Saturday, the minimum temperature was 16.8 degrees, which was the lowest this season. According to the Meteorological Department, the maximum temperature on Saturday was recorded at 35 degrees. It is 3 degrees above normal, but the minimum temperature reached just 16.8 degrees, which is three degrees below normal. Lodi Road recorded a temperature of 16.2 degrees. On Sunday, the maximum temperature can be around 35 and the minimum temperature can be around 17 degrees. Light mist may be seen in the morning. According to the Meteorological Department, the change in the weather has now started. The maximum temperature can reach 33 degrees by 22 October. Partly cloudy can be seen between October 19 and 23, but there is no chance of rain. Wind speeds can be recorded around 5 to 15 kilometers per hour throughout the week.

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