Odd-Even Program in Delhi From November 13 to 20 to Combat Air Pollution

Odd-Even Program in Delhi From November 13 to 20 to Combat Air Pollution

Delhi Environment Minister Gopal Rai said that the Odd-Even program in Delhi from November 13 to 20 is aimed at reducing pollution.

The overall air quality in Delhi remained in the ‘critical’ category on Monday morning, according to the System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting and Analysis (SAFAR)-India. The pollution level in Delhi remained in the ‘critical’ category for the past few days, with AQI recording at ‘400’ level in many places in and around Delhi.

Till Monday morning, a total AQI of 471 was recorded, according to SAFAR. As part of the latest pollution control measures, the state government has announced a ‘work from home’ policy for 50 per cent of government employees till the next policy.

According to data from the Central Pollution Control Board, Delhi’s air quality index has increased by more than 200 points since October 27. The worst air temperature was recorded on November 3 since the previous 471 degrees recorded on November 12, 2021, which had better wind speed. However, deadly air pollution continues to blanket the nation’s capital for the sixth day in a row.

In Bangladesh vs Sri Lanket Cricket Games continuously with Delhi

In a large air pollution in the country, the Bangladesh Cricket and Sra Lanka continued to play their games in the field. The match is expected to be canceled by the ICC due to air pollution.

Delhi Environment Minister Gopal Rai said, “A meeting has been called tomorrow to discuss the implementation of this ill-advised plan.”

Delhi Environment Minister Gopal Rai said a meeting will be called on Tuesday to discuss further implementation of the Odd-Even scheme in Delhi. “There are more than 7,000 buses and Delhi, 1,000 of the electricity. How often the car is increased. To reduce vehicular pollution, a terrible scheme has been introduced,” he said.

 

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