Air Quality Dips Further In Delhi, Intensity Of Rains Deciding Factor

Millennium Post Delhi|November 27, 2019

Air Quality Dips Further In Delhi, Intensity Of Rains Deciding Factor
Pollution levels in Delhi-National Capital Region increased marginally on Tuesday, mainly due to slow wind speed, while the situation in the next 48 hours depends on the intensity of rains, officials said.

NEW DELHI: The overall air quality index (AQI) in the city read 270 at 4 pm on Tuesday, up from 252 at 4 pm on Monday.

Nehru Nagar was the most polluted area with an AQI of 330 and Dilshad Garden (163) the least polluted.

Neighbouring Ghaziabad (300), Greater Noida (268), Gurgaon (186) and Noida (259) also recorded a marginal dip in air quality.

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November 27, 2019