According to the latest news reports, the air quality of the Indian Capital New Delhi continues to remain in the very poor quality category. The reports were confirmed by the System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting and Research. India is soon to celebrate its one of the biggest and most prominent festivals of Diwali in November and such news can be but disheartening for the public, as it may lead to some bans on celebration-related activities.
According to further reports, the air quality at Delhi University and Pusa Road was recorded as very poor. Although the IIT Delhi area was recorded with 306 AQI under poor quality. Reports have further stated that Indira Gandhi International Airport has also been under bad air quality areas of the region. Mathura Road has surprisingly recorded better results, with air quality of 176 falling under moderate conditions. Although the condition is that good, still it seems far better than other areas of Delhi. Mathura Road is also one of the major highway and connecting roads of Delhi and thus such positive Results can be a little calming, amid this situation.
Although Delhi isn’t alone in this bad air quality zone, it NCR territories Noida and Gurgaon aren’t too behind. Gurugram and Noida too fall under very poor quality according to the Air Quality Index reports lately. These commercial and financial hubs of the country have the worst air quality due to traffic and other major reasons. Rumors are suggesting, that there may be some prohibitions against the bursting of crackers during Diwali, although there has not been any official confirmation from the government authorities so we can’t tell you the exact answer on this at the moment, nut stay tuned with us, we will update you as soon as we get any insight on this.
According to the statistics and reports, the Quality Index from 0-100 is considered good, while 100-200 is considered moderate. From 200-300 is considered as poor and 300-400 is considered as very poor. The condition of Delhi and NCR has been like this now for the past couple of years, as soon as we head towards the festival season, we all see, such reports, which kind of demotivates the feeling of festivities, but still, Indians don’t hold themselves back and cheer up on the festival. The Air Quality Index is recorded daily and daily reports are also published on a daily basis. Our team is closely monitoring the situation and will keep you posted about this on a regular basis. For all the latest news, updates, and information stay tuned with us.