Increasing pollution in Delhi has increased everyone's problems. From the general public to various industries, everyone is facing the brunt of air pollution. Not only this, because of the poor air quality there and keeping in view the effects on the health of the children, the schools were also closed. The education of the children, which was earlier severely affected due to Corona, is now facing the brunt of pollution. Pollution is causing severe problems not only in the environment but also in human life.
Because of Delhi's poor AQI, instructions have been given repeatedly to close the schools there. However, today the Pollution Panel of Delhi will review the situation and give a decision on reopening the schools here. Any decision will be given keeping the health of the students at the top.
The weather pattern has completely changed in the capital Delhi. According to sources the first 15 days of December are considered to be the coldest in six years this time. At the same time, with the fall in the temperature, the air quality of the capital is also deteriorating. The AQI (Air Quality Index) of the capital is 337 on Thursday i.e. today of the air quality and weather forecasting agency SAFAR. According to which even today the climate of Delhi NCR remains in the 'very poor category.
Let us tell you that if the Air Quality Index (AQI) is between 0 and 50, then it is kept in the good category. Being between 51 and 100 is considered satisfactory, while between 101 and 200 is considered moderate. At the same time, if the quality of the air remains between 201 to 300, then it comes in the poor category, and between 301 to 400 is very poor. Apart from this, the air quality index between 401 to 500 comes in the severe category.
In this regard, the Central Air Quality Commission told the Supreme Court that the decision regarding the reopening of Delhi's schools and lifting the ban on industries will be taken before December 17 and it will be in line with the exemption already being given to industrial units. based on impact.
Recently, the Ministry of Education, Government of Delhi has sent two proposals to the Environment Ministry of the Central Government regarding the opening of schools in Delhi. In one proposal, it has been asked to start the school from class 6 and onwards with immediate effect, while in the other it has been proposed to open the school from primary to class 5 from December 20. The final decision on this will be of the Air Quality Panel only.
Pollution has made life difficult in the country's capital Delhi. The air quality index in the capital is currently in the very poor category. According to the hourly report of the Central Pollution Control Board of Delhi this morning, the air quality index in Delhi was at 349 at 7 am. On Wednesday, the AQI in Delhi had reached 363.
The sky will remain cloudy in New Delhi on Thursday. Along with the clouds, there will be a haze in Delhi today. However, the Meteorological Department has said that there may be light rain in Delhi till this evening. According to the forecast of the Indian Metrological Department (IMD), there is a possibility of light rain in Delhi till this evening. After the rain in Delhi, there may be a more severe cold. If it rains in Delhi this evening, it will also give relief to the people from pollution.
Let us inform you that the minimum temperature in Delhi has been recorded at 7 degrees Celsius today. The maximum temperature has been recorded at 22.0 degrees Celsius. In Gurugram adjoining Delhi, today the minimum temperature is forecast to be 7 degrees Celsius and the maximum temperature is 20.0 degrees Celsius. Today, the minimum temperature in Noida is forecast to be 8.0 degrees Celsius and the maximum temperature is 23.0. At the same time, there will be fog in the morning. However, the sky will clear with light sunshine during the day. Today in Ghaziabad, adjacent to Delhi, the minimum temperature is forecast to be 9.0 degrees and the maximum temperature is 23.0 degrees.