Air quality index in Delhi crosses 1000, 32 flight divert from IGI Airport: Pollution has reached alarming condition in Delhi and NCR. According to the latest figures of the Central Pollution Control Board, the air quality index in Delhi has crossed 1000. At the same time, air services have been affected due to bad weather.
According to ANI, 32 flights have been diverted from Indira Gandhi Airport (IGI Airport) due to inclement weather and low visibility. 12 flights diverted from Terminal 3 to Jaipur, Lucknow and Amritsar.
At the same time, PM 2.5 level has reached 668 and PM10 level 999 in most places of Delhi. In Patparganj till 11 am, the PM 2.5 level was recorded at 917 while the PM10 level was 999. At the same time, in Punjabi Bagh, the PM2.5 level was recorded at 973 while the PM10 level was recorded at 999. PM 2.5 and PM10 level 999 have been recorded at Anand Vihar. On the other hand, RK Puram has recorded PM6 level of 676 while PM10 level has been recorded at 910.
In Sonia Vihar till 11 am, PM 2.5 level was seen as 668 while PM 10 level was 999. At the same time, PM 2.5 and PM 10 levels have been recorded at 999 in ITI Shahdara and Jhilmil industrial areas. Overall, the air quality in Delhi was extremely poor on Sunday. Even after light rains, people have not yet got relief from pollution. Visibility was also low in the morning due to poor air quality.
PM2.5 level of 807
At the same time, PM2.5 level of 807 was recorded in Sector 62 of Noida, Delhi, while PM4 level of 884 was recorded. At the same time, the effect of pollution is being seen in Ghaziabad. People complain that they feel difficulty in breathing and irritation in the eyes.
On the other hand, the situation in Faridabad adjacent to Delhi was very bad due to pollution. The PM 2.5 level here was 484. Its level was 500 from 6 am to 11 am. Because of this, the eyes are jealous since morning. Many people are coming to the hospital complaining of throat infection.
In Gurugam, the volume of PM 2.5 was recorded at 464 pm at 12:30 pm. There is heavy smog in the atmosphere since morning. There are complaints of jealousy in the eyes. Even after drizzle in the morning, the level of air pollution did not decrease.
20 lakh challan on construction work
South Delhi Municipal Corporation, which is working under the policy of zero tolerance for pollution, has processed a challan of Rs 20 lakh for the ongoing redevelopment work at Pragati Maidan. The corporation has made invoices of four different responsible people of four to five lakhs each. Everyone has been given notice to deposit the fine within three days. The team of the corporation has taken action citing the rules of the NGT, with everyone responsible for the pollution caused by the construction work.