Dense fog in Delhi-NCR: the quality of the air is poor, the light of the vehicles burning in the morning; 6 died in accident on Agra Expressway


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According to a Sky Mate report, dense fog is expected to prevail in more than 15 cities of North India in the next few days.

Dense fog was seen in Delhi and NCR on Saturday with an increase in temperature. The Air Quality Index (AQI) reached a very poor level. Due to the fog, people had to go out on the streets in the morning to light the vehicles. Due to fog, 6 people lost their lives in the accident on the Agra Expressway.

The Meteorological Department has predicted that many cities of North India may receive rain in the next few days. At the same time, Sky Mate believes that there is a possibility of dense fog in more than 15 cities of North India.

Operation General at Delhi Airport

IndiGo tweeted that there were problems in takeoff and landing of its aircraft at Delhi Airport. The schedule of some flights was also affected. However, Delhi Airport Authority stated that the operation of the aircraft would continue normally despite low visibility.

Ghaziabad air worst
According to the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), Ghaziabad’s air was the worst in Delhi-NCR. The air quality index (AQI) has reached 372. 352 has been reached in Greater Noida, 341 in Delhi, 347 in Gurugram and 326 in Faridabad. CPCB estimates that due to reduced wind speed, people are less likely to get relief from pollution. Pollution levels are expected to remain around this for the next two days.


Three times more pollution by standards
The weather of Delhi-NCR was normal on Saturday. People got relief from cold and cold wave. But the air became poisonous due to worrisome pollution levels. Pollution levels in Delhi have increased 3 times by standards. According to CPCB, the air quality level has crossed 300 in many areas of Delhi, it falls in the ‘very poor’ category.

Accident in Kannauj on Agra Expressway
In Kannauj, Uttar Pradesh, six people belonging to the same family died in the accident on Saturday morning. The accident took place in the Talgram area on the Lucknow-Agra Expressway. A family from Lucknow was visiting the Balaji temple. But, due to dense fog, the car crashed into a truck from behind. The collision was so strong that all the passengers in it died on the spot. Click here to read full news …

A family from Kakori area of ​​Lucknow was going to see Balaji in a car. The fog hit the truck parked on the expressway.


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