Air Pollution in Delhi Avoiding Joke Two Restrictions Despite Rising Pollution

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Despite a marginal increase in air pollution levels in the national capital, the Air Quality Management Commission (CAQM) on Monday refrained from imposing restrictions under the second phase of the Graded Response Action Plan (GRAP). The restrictions of the first phase of GRAP remain in force, with a ban on burning polluting industries, vehicles and stubble etc. (biomass).

The subcommittee responsible for taking the necessary steps under GRAP discussed the situation at a meeting Monday. The agencies had predicted a sharp deterioration in air quality in Delhi on Sunday. Delhi’s 24-hour average air quality index (AQI) deteriorated from 244 on Sunday to 265 on Monday. desk

What is gripper?

GRAP is a series of air pollution measures in the national capital and surrounding areas, depending on the severity of the situation. It classifies the air quality of Delhi-NCR into four categories. Stage I- Poor (AQI 201-300), Stage II- Very Bad (AQI 301-400), Stage III- Severe (AQI 401-450) and Stage IV- Extreme-Very Bad (AQI 450 and above).

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