According to a WHO survey of 1,650 world cities, the air quality in Delhi, India’s capital territory, is the worst of any major city in the world. It also impacts the regions around Delhi Air pollution in India is believed to kill about 2 million people annually; it is India’s fifth-largest killer.
Delhi’s Air Quality Index (AQI) improved again from ‘bad’ to ‘healthy’ on Wednesday morning, providing people with relief after a week as the AQI was registered at 29 and particulate matter concentration reading PM 10 at moderate levels.
Although several steps have been taken by officials, the most important role is played by weather conditions.
Despite being such a harsh weather condition in allover the country Delhi’s wind speed has done the opposite and enabled the AQI to rise very sharply.
A Delhi sky appreciation tweet.
Pollution-free Delhi! #Nofilter #Sky pic.twitter.com/FT95234ucp
— Zeba Warsi (@Zebaism) September 1, 2020
Delhi sky right now! pic.twitter.com/V0eO2XrPSG
— arghya Ghosh (@argya76) September 1, 2020
— NavySeal (@DaPugLyf) September 1, 2020