Air Quality ‘very Poor’, Authorities Urge Delhiites To Use Public Transport For Next 10 Days


Air Quality ‘very Poor’, Authorities Urge Delhiites To Use Public Transport For Next 10 Days

As emergency measures to check pollution come into force from Thursday in Delhi-NCR, state pollution control bodies have been directed to initiate criminal prosecution against violators, while the Delhi government said it was fully prepared to implement odd-even scheme to regulate private vehicles when needed.

A day after the air quality slipped into ‘severe’ category, there was a marginal dip in pollution level due to increased wind speed but the air quality still remained ‘very poor’.

The Supreme Court-appointed Environment Pollution Control Authority (EPCA), which has restricted several activities like construction from November 1, urged Delhiites on Wednesday to use public transport for the next 10 days when the air quality is likely to deteriorate further. Read more

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