Pollution is increasing in the capital Delhi. There is a sharp decline in air quality. Delhi is suffocating due to this pollution. The central government is blaming the Aam Aadmi Party of Delhi behind all this. At the same time, the Delhi government has targeted the Center. Amidst all this, the people of Delhi NCR are facing problems. Stubble burning is said to be the main reason for this pollution. Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann said that why questions are being raised only about Delhi and Punjab? Many cities in Haryana and Rajasthan are also reporting poor AQI, why is the Center not questioning these states?
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Responding to Punjab CM’s statement, Haryana CM Manohar Lal Khattar said that Punjab CM tries to find politics in everything. Khattar said that stubble burning in Haryana has reduced by 25% as compared to last year. At the same time, there has been a 20% increase in the incidents of stubble burning in Punjab. Khattar said that we give 1000 rupees per acre to the farmers for not burning the stubble. They also give 50% subsidy on stubble burning equipment.
Due to the deteriorating air in Delhi, people have started falling ill. Dr Arvind Kumar of Medanta Hospital said that due to poor air quality index, people are getting burning in their eyes. The eyes are turning red and watering often occurs. Apart from this, there is a burning sensation in the nose and the lips are also getting affected. He said the air quality index is poor and the level of smoke in the air has increased. Dr. Arvind Kumar said that the smoke is going into the chest, due to which people are facing the problem of burning sensation. People are also having problems in the lungs. Apart from this, people’s throat is also getting worse. If you touch your tongue, you will feel a strange test there too. He said that this polluted air reaches the blood through the lungs and then it reaches from the head to the soles. We can say that every part of the body is being affected by this pollution.
According to the System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting and Research (SAFAR), the Air Quality Index (AQI) in Delhi was recorded in the 354 (very poor) category on Wednesday. The air quality in Noida is also very poor, where the AQI was recorded at 406 i.e. in the severe category.
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