Air Pollution in Delhi
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New Delhi: The capital of India, New Delhi is suffering from a high range of pollution which has never been seen before. The state is running with an invasive range of air pollution. As per the Public Health Department and the Deputy Chief Minister of Delhi, all government offices, some private sectors and schools will remain closed due to environmental emergency till November 5.

It was January 2019, when such a kind of invasive pollution was seen in New Delhi but this time it’s deadly dangerous. Prominently people are blaming farmers of Haryana and other connecting states as the cause of this air pollution. Public speaks that the pollution comes from the fire lighten up by farmers in their field but frankly, we all know the truth. The air pollution is just the effect of our stupid acts of burning crackers.

Our health analyst at The News Recorder made a survey among the general public of New Delhi asking about the difficulty they’re facing under the high pollution level which resulted in something strange. People are facing breathing issues in open air, at public transport and at crowded places some lack of proper oxygen too. The high level of pollution which is measured as maximum as 582 at 12:30 AM today is something which is actually killing our physical and mental health.

Doctors also believe that such a kind of harm o the lungs can also cause mental stress, anxiety, and dizziness. Patients with breathing disorders are highly advised to stay at home in a healthy atmosphere.

This environmental emergency leave for all students will help our next generation to stay protected from this harass air pollution. The decision was taken by the health department and the Deputy Chief Minister of Delhi is highly appreciable.

 

Tarun Singh
Tarun is an avid writer and reader. He is fond of exploring science and facts. Tarun is an engineer by profession and is now a full-time contributor to The News Recorder (India Edition). Tarun is the base behind the Science coverage over this online news platform.

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