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Delhi Air Pollution Updates:- Delhi’s air still ‘severe’, expected to improve AQI by November 29

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal had said on Thursday that an assistance of five thousand rupees would be given to the laborers affected by the ban on construction activities in Delhi.

Air pollution in Delhi continues to remain in a severe category. Even today, AQI 406 has been registered in the capital. Due to the continuous falling temperature and slow winds, the level of air pollution remained in the ‘Severe’ category even today. At the same time, according to the Meteorological Department, by November 29, the AQI is expected to improve if the wind speed increases. According to the Meteorological Department, the pollution due to local surface winds is expected to reduce slightly during the next two days.

The air quality monitoring agency ‘SAFAR’ of the Ministry of Earth Sciences says that the AQI is expected to improve significantly from November 29 due to the increase in airspeed. Let us inform you that today AQI was 406 in Delhi, 423 in Faridabad, 378 in Ghaziabad, 386 in Greater Noida, 379 in Gurgaon, and 394 in Noida. The AQI between zero and 50 is good, 51 and 100 ‘satisfactory’, 101 and 200 ‘moderate’, 201 and 300 ‘poor’, 301 and 400 ‘very poor’ and 401 more Between 500 is considered in the ‘severe’ category.

Delhi recorded a minimum temperature of 11 degrees today

The minimum temperature in Delhi today was recorded at 11 degrees Celsius while the maximum temperature was recorded at 27.6 degrees Celsius. ‘Safari’ said that till Monday no relief is expected in the temperature. Following the directions of the Delhi High Court, the Delhi government has again banned construction and demolition activities on Thursday. The court had on Wednesday directed a resumption of construction activities in Delhi-NCR till further orders.

Air quality is expected to improve by November 29

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal had said on Thursday that the laborers affected by the ban on construction activities in Delhi will be given an assistance of five thousand rupees. Along with this, the Delhi government will also compensate them for the loss of minimum wages. Earlier, the ban on construction and demolition activities was lifted on Monday due to the improvement in air quality and the problems being faced by the workers. Also, in view of the improvement in the air, the Kejriwal government had ordered the resumption of classes in schools, colleges, and other educational institutions and government offices from November 29.

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