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Delhi residents beware! Pollution has started increasing, warns CM Kejriwal as air quality index reaches 171

Delhi residents beware! Air pollution has began growing, warns CM Kejriwal as air high quality index reaches 171 | Information

New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday (October 9, 2021) mentioned that with the withdrawal of monsoon the air pollution has began growing within the nationwide capital. Delhi CM’s assertion comes because the air high quality index (AQI) surged to 171 within the nationwide capital.
“Air pollution has began growing. 09 Oct- AQI – 171 (0 to 50 – Good, 51 to 100 – Passable, 101 to 200 – Reasonable) PM10 – 197 (0 to 50 – Good, 51 to 100 – Passable, 101 to 250 – Reasonable) PM2.5 – 69 (0 to 30 – Good, 31 to 60 – Passable, 61 to 90 – Reasonable),” Kejriwal tweeted. 
Air pollution has began growing.
09 Oct-
AQI – 171 (0 to 50 – Good, 51 to 100 – Passable, 101 to 200 – Reasonable)PM10 – 197 (0 to 50 – Good, 51 to 100 – Passable, 101 to 250 – Reasonable)PM2.5 – 69 (0 to 30 – Good, 31 to 60 – Passable, 61 to 90 – Reasonable) https://t.co/EQH08MbEz7
— Arvind Kejriwal (@ArvindKejriwal) October 9, 2021
It could be famous that an AQI between 0-50 is marked good, 51-100 is passable, 101-200 is reasonable, 201- 300 is poor, 301-400 could be very poor and 401-500 is taken into account extreme.
CM Kejriwal has been tweeting Capital`s day by day air high quality since September 18. In his tweets, Delhi CM additionally warned that the air high quality will deteriorate from mid-October resulting from stubble burning. 
“Del air high quality will deteriorate from mid-Oct (stubble burning). State govt hv not taken motion to assist their farmers By itself, Del air is clear. On 18 Sep- AQI- 69 (0 to 50 – Good, 51 to 100 – Passable) PM10- 67 PM2.5 – 27 (0 to 30 Good, 31 to 60 Passable),” Kejriwal tweeted on September 18. 
Moreover, CM Kejriwal, in a tweet on Saturday, mentioned that the Haryana authorities also needs to assist its farmers and make bio-decomposer resolution free. 
“Haryana authorities also needs to assist its farmers like Delhi authorities. Like Delhi, spraying of resolution must be made free in all of the fields of Haryana. Then there shall be no have to burn the stubble,” he wrote. 
The Delhi authorities in affiliation with the Indian Agricultural Analysis Institute, Pusa developed a bio-decomposer capsule that may be transformed into an answer to be sprayed on crop stubble within the farmlands. As soon as sprayed on the fields, the answer decomposes the stubble into compost in 20 days.
In the meantime, on October 4, Delhi CM introduced a 10-point “winter motion plan” to deal with air air pollution within the nationwide capital. Whereas making the announcement, he mentioned, “At the moment, the air air pollution is underneath management in Delhi however it’ll begin rising with stubble burning within the neighbouring states in winters. The central authorities and neighbouring states didn’t do something to verify stubble burning by farmers which can result in air air pollution within the winter season.”
To be able to curb the issue of air air pollution arising from the Building and Demolition (C&D) actions within the Nationwide Capital Area (NCR), the Fee for Air High quality and Administration (CAQM) issued instructions to governments of Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan and the Nationwide Capital Territory of Delhi (GNCTD) to arrange a `Internet Portal` for monitoring compliance of mud mitigation measures by mission proponents.
Protecting in view the harmful situation of Delhi`s air air pollution throughout Diwali for the final three years, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has introduced an entire ban on the storage, sale and use of all forms of firecrackers.
There shall be an entire ban on the bursting and sale of all types of firecrackers as much as January 1, 2022, in Delhi, as per the Delhi Air pollution Management Committee. The Delhi authorities has additionally launched the `Superior Inexperienced Warfare Room` and `Inexperienced Delhi App` app for folks to ship of their complaints into the issues pertaining to 10 sorts of air pollution all through the winter season.
In September this 12 months, the Centre has launched Rs 496 crore to subsidize equipment required in-situ administration of crop residue with an goal to deal with air air pollution in Delhi and the Nationwide Capital Area (NCR) resulting from stubble burning within the adjoining states of Punjab, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh.
Sanjay Agarwal, Secretary of Union Ministry of Agriculture had knowledgeable that the Centre launched Rs 496 crore for Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, and Punjab to subsidise equipment required in-situ administration of crop residue throughout 2021-22.
(With ANI inputs)
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