New Delhi: The air pollution in the Indian capital New Delhi will once again increase alarmingly, before the air in the city was slightly cleaner due to rain.
According to the Indian media, in the air bulletin issued by the Central Pollution Control Board, it has been stated that the air quality in Anand Vihar area of Delhi was 418 yesterday, the AQI was 405 a day before that, on Monday.
Earlier, air quality in Delhi improved slightly due to rain. AQI 50 was recorded at around 7 pm on Sunday, which is considered good. The Meteorological Department says that light drizzle is likely again from September 21 with increase in wind speed.
Along with this, the temperature will also decrease. In such a situation, the pollution level may be good or satisfactory.
Note that an AKI between zero and 50 is good, 51 to 100 is satisfactory, 101 to 200 is moderate, 201 to 300 is bad, 301 to 400 is very bad, and 401 is bad. 500 is considered worst.