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Pink Line Delhi Metro News
Twenty more train rides have been added by DMRC to address the declining quality of the air in Delhi-NCR. Delhi Metro Rail Corporation announced that there will be a delay in today’s Delhi metro rail services on the Pink Line from Durgabai Deshmukh South Campus to Lajpat Nagar. Other lines will continue to offer services as usual. Pink Line Update: There is a service delay from Lajpat Nagar to Durgabai Deshmukh South Campus. All other lines are operating normally,” the DMRC posted on X, formerly Twitter. The national capital region’s declining air quality has prompted more people to use public transport, so 20 extra train journeys and 40 additional trips across several lines have been added.
The national capital’s skyline and the surrounding surroundings were shrouded in a dense haze, with several spots seeing Air Quality Index (AQI) readings below 400. The Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) reported that the AQI was 491 at Jahangirpuri and 498 at Mundka. Numerous Noida areas saw a drop in AQI that qualified as “severe.” On Thursday, the government of Delhi issued an order closing all public and private elementary schools for the next two days. The Commission for Air Quality Management (CAQM) activated the third phase of the Graded Response Action Plan (GRAP) on Thursday due to the deteriorating quality of the air.
When the AQI falls between 401 and 450 points and reaches Severe, the GRAP moves into Stage III. The state administration may enforce stringent limitations on BS III petrol and BS IV diesel four-wheelers in specific regions as part of its reaction to mitigate pollution. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) reports that the city awoke to 800 meters of general visibility at 8 a.m. with shallow fog and mist. At 4 p.m. on Tuesday, Delhi’s 24-hour average AQI was reported at 395 (extremely poor), and an overnight decrease trend was noted.