New Delhi: Following some relief from pollution in the city after the rain, the air pollution in Delhi has again worsened again on Friday, in the category of 'poor' and 'extremely bad'. Officials said that the quality of the air deteriorated due to the scattering of pollutants. According to the Center-operated Air Quality and Weather Forecasting System (Travel), the Composite Air Quality Index (AUI) 339 was recorded which falls into 'extremely bad' category. According to the data of Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), the composite Au 282 was recorded which falls in the category of 'Poor'.
Officials said that in the last two days, air quality improvement in Delhi was noticed due to the flowing of pollutants in the rain. But on the end of the rain the pollution level rose again on Friday. Safar said, "Pollution level can worsen by Saturday but it will remain in 'very bad' category. Wind speed is better, but due to moisture, the holding capacity of air is also high, which is unfavorable. ' According to the report, incidents of burning incidents in the last 24 hours have increased, which can contribute 8 to 10 percent of pollution in Delhi.
According to the data of CPCB, on Friday, the particle particles in the air in the city -PM 2.5 level 140, while the PM10 level was 234. The air quality index ranges from zero to 50 points to 'good', 'satisfactory' from 51 to 100, 'normal' from 101 to 200, 'bad' to 201 to 300, '301 to 400' Very bad 'and the 401 to 500 level is kept in' serious' category.