Delhi Air Pollution: Air pollution havoc in Delhi: Schools will remain closed for now, trucks banned till 26

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Delhi Air Pollution: The Air Quality Index has been recorded at 357 in the country's capital Delhi today. Although it was believed that after the strong wind, the air quality of Delhi would improve slightly today. The air quality was recorded in the 'very poor' category in Faridabad adjoining the capital, 347 in Ghaziabad, 344 in Greater Noida, 322 in Gurgaon, and 356 in Noida. Coaching institutes and training centers have also been closed once again till further orders. Along with this, trucks carrying non-essential goods from neighboring states in Delhi have been banned till November 26.

New Delhi. The climate of the country's capital Delhi is getting worse now. Air pollution in Delhi is reaching a dangerous situation. The Air Quality Index of Delhi was recorded at 347 around 9 am on Sunday, while on Monday it reached an even more dangerous level. The Air Quality Index (AQI) has been recorded at 357 in Delhi today. Although it was believed that after the strong wind, the air quality of Delhi would improve slightly today. The air quality was recorded in the 'very poor' category in Faridabad adjoining the capital, 347 in Ghaziabad, 344 in Greater Noida, 322 in Gurgaon, and 356 in Noida.

Because of the increased air pollution in the capital, private and government schools have been closed once again till further orders. During this, children will once again be taught through online classes. Instructions have been issued to all the schools in this regard by the Directorate of Education. The directorate has directed all the school principals to inform the staff and students about the order. Let us inform you that the mid-term examinations of classes IX and 11 and board examinations of classes 10 and 12 are going on in Delhi schools. Along with this, examinations of children up to the 8th standard are also going on in some schools. The directorate has directed the schools where the examinations are going on that they can conduct the examinations following the guidelines of the corona epidemic.
Coaching institutes and training centers have also been closed once again till further orders. Along with this, trucks carrying non-essential goods from neighboring states in Delhi have been banned till November 26. Because of air pollution, any kind of construction and demolition activities have also been completely banned.

Delhi Environment Minister Gopal Rai held a high-level meeting on Sunday to review the restrictions imposed to reduce pollution levels in the national capital. The Delhi government on Sunday extended the restrictions on trucks carrying non-essential goods from other states till November 26 to tackle air pollution and reduce its health effects. Schools and colleges will remain closed till further orders as per the instructions of the Air Quality Management Commission (CAQM), a senior official said.