Delhi Pollution: Delhi's air quality continues to deteriorate, showing no signs of improvement in the ongoing battle against pollution.
Today, the air quality index in the capital remains in the 'Very Poor' category, with a visible haze enveloping the city.
The burning of crop residue in Haryana and Punjab is identified as a major contributor to the pollution in Delhi. Additionally, the aftermath of Diwali, marked by the bursting of fireworks, has further exacerbated the pollution levels.
Despite a slight improvement from Wednesday, Delhi's air quality remains in the 'Very Poor' category today. While there is a reduction in pollution levels compared to Wednesday, the air quality index still indicates a significant cause for concern.
On Wednesday, the capital experienced severe air quality conditions, but today's rating, although marginally better, is still classified as 'Very Poor.