Smog menace: Air Quality Index in Delhi-NCR records ‘hazardous,’ ‘very unhealthy'
There seems to be no respite from the deadly smog in Delhi and adjoining states as the latest visuals of smog at Rajpath in the early morning hours of Saturday show.
Though the residents say the situation is better than the past week but they are of the view that long-term solutions must be found to tackle the problem.
Air Quality Index (AQI) has been recorded as follows: Mandir Marg at 326, Anand Vihar at 430, Siri Fort at 316, Dwarka at 327, and Shadipur at 331 in the 'Hazardous' category.
Vikas Sadan Gurugram at 330 'Hazardous', and Sector16A Faridabad at 204 'Very Unhealthy.'
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First Published: Saturday, November 11, 2017 08:56 AM