New Delhi: A slight improvement in the quality of air was recorded on Tuesday due to light rain in the national capital Tuesday night. In the past one week, the level of pollution in Delhi was in the "serious" category. Despite the quality of air being slightly better, with 306 points recorded in the 'very bad' category. Since Diwali, the quality of air is between the top and the level of the worst. According to the Center-operated Air Quality and Weather Forecasting (Travel), there is a similar situation in the coming days.
According to data from the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), the level of Delhi particle - PM 2.5 level and level of PM10 level 280 were recorded. It was stated that air quality in the 21 areas of Delhi was poorly recorded, whereas in 14 areas it remained in the category of 'Chakkharab'. In Ghaziabad, Faridabad, Greater Noida and Noida, the quality of the air is 'very bad', while the quality of air in the Gurgaam was recorded in the 'poor' category.
The air quality index ranges from zero to 50 points to "good", "good" from 51 to 100, "satisfactory" from 101 to 200 "normal", 201 to 300 level "bad" , The level of 301 to 400 is "very bad" and the 401 to 500 level is kept in the "critical" category. Travel has said that the quality of air has been slightly cured due to rain last night. Large polluting particles dissolve from the rain and the wind scattered. According to the trip, the Air Quality Index (AuI) is again in the "very bad" category. There is an increase in the next three days but there will be a 'very bad category'.