Delhi AOI Tops The List Of Most Polluted Cities In India

Delhi has made it to the top 10 list of the most polluted cities in India today. The air quality in the national capital remains ‘very poor’, with the air quality index (AQI) at 377 as of 9:30 AM, according to the latest data from the central pollution control board. The city’s recent improvement from the ‘poor’ category has been short-lived, as it has since Friday entered the category of ‘very poor,’ and the AQI has since been steadily declining. Let’s continue to know where the air quality is severe in the capital. So, read it carefully.

Delhi AQI

Delhi AQI Tops The List Of Most Polluted Cities

Delhi’s air quality has been in the severe to very poor range for the past month, but after the rains on December 3, the air quality improved. As the winter season draws near, pollution levels in the national capital are on the rise. Different parts of Delhi have registered air quality levels in the very poor and severe categories. The worst AQI in the national capital was recorded at 430 in Wazirpur. The best air quality in Delhi was recorded in the Dilshad garden area, which had an AQI of 288, the only place in the poor category today. Swipe down to get more data on air quality across Delhi.

Delhi AQI

Places with pollution levels higher than the city average include Nehru Nagar has an air pollution index (AQI) of 424. Vivek Vihar has an AqI of 418. Ashok Vihar has an AQI of 409. Patparganj is at 402. Okhla is at 399. Sonia Vihar is at 392. ITO is at 390. Mandir Marg is at 386. And Shadipur is at 381. The other places with an AqI between 300 and 377 are below the city average. For instance, the AqI in Jaipur is 371, in Sirifort it is 370, in Moti Bagh it is 368, in Sial Aurobindo it is 365, in Majnu Chand National Stadium it is 364 and in Pusa, it is 354. Keep reading to get more details related to capital temperature.

The maximum temperature in the national capital has been recorded at 24.8 Celsius, according to the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD). The minimum temperature has fallen to 6.8 Celsius as the peak winter season approaches. The IMD has predicted mainly clear sky with fog or mist in the morning, and partly cloudy skies in the evening. The weather condition is expected to remain cloudy. IMD has predicted no rainfall by December 19. Delhi’s Grap-3 restrictions have been lifted, but the government is taking steps to ensure strict implementation of Grap-1 restrictions and Grap-2 restrictions. Gopal Rai, Delhi’s Environment Minister, had earlier said that the restrictions on Grap-3 have been lifted. Stick to our website for more updates.

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