The air quality in the national capital turned “perilous” on Monday morning, day after revelers resisted the Supreme Court-implemented two-hour limit for blasting saltines on Diwali. There was anyway some break for occupants of Mumbai and Kolkata as the AQI in the refers to was under 200.
Air Pollution after Diwali 2021, Faridabad, Palwal, Hodal Check Details
Ear-stunning blasts, poisonous smoke and debris from sparklers filled the air as the general air quality list crossed the “serious” mark at numerous spots. Individuals detailed infringement of the two-hour window in New Delhi, Faridabad, Palwal, Hodal.
At 7am, Faridabad, Palwal, Hodal general air quality file remained at 506, as indicated by the government’s air quality screen, SAFAR. Prior, around 4am, the AQI contacted 999. Then again, Kolkata’s air quality was “moderate” on Kali Puja, while AQI in Mumbai’s Bandra was 132 at 7 am.
Haryana and Punjab fire counts almost doubled from during the past 48 hours and increased from 1200 to 2700 as evident from SAFAR-multi-satellite product.
AQI will continue to remain in ”very poor” category but no prolonged extreme pollution event is expected, according to SAFAR.
On Saturday, the System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting And Research (SAFAR) had predicted that the air quality will get even worse in coming days and the AQI was expected to be around 324 due to Diwali.