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Who is responsible for Delhi-s pollution level?


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Delhi, being the Capital State of India is always no doubt the most indeed place to visit on your vacation or a getaway. But there’s a sad reality of The National Capital which is its constant increase in the air pollution. There are many instances where the air quality in Delhi and it’s nearby region NCR have dipped so low that it had turned immeasurable even when Delhi’s Chief Minister Mr. Arvind Kejriwal made a formula name #OddEvenFormula which aimed at saving Delhi from the regular rise of pollution. But this policy failed to run long because of the corrupt system of our government. We’re saying this because there are instances when Kejriwal’s ‘Odd Even Formula’ isn’t about pollution, it’s about unleashing clear war. Let us understand how.

As all of us knows, Air Pollution is a cause of major health disease, heart disease, and chronic and respiratory disease. As per the report of World Health Organization (WHO), Air pollution levels are unacceptably high in Delhi i.e (60 microgram/cubic metre for PM 2.5) 75% of the time throughout the previous year between November 2016 and October 2017 in various regions of Delhi. Though the Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, made an attempt to implement their government examined ‘Odd-Even policy, but they failed to justify exemptions for ladies drivers and two-wheelers and had to sooner or later drop it. However, later, as per the few politicians, the larger problem remained the burning of crackers in the state of Haryana and Punjab. Delhi CM, Arvind Kejriwal wrote letters to the CMs of Haryana and Punjab seeking appointments to determine an movement plan for you to address air pollutants.But in reply, Haryana CM Manohar Lal Khattar in his reaction slammed the Delhi government for failing to provide a complete financial method to the hassle. “In reality, a unleashing political war between Political Parties.

Shall I say whom is to blame for the rising problem of Air Pollution? Everybody is playing the blame game and hence the problem of air pollution is still unresolved.


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Blogger | Posted


Talking about who is responsible about delhi's increasing pollution level would be like a blame game! because everyone of us is responsible in some or the other way. We need to start monitoring our day to day activities and look how the pollution level is getting affected by us. Further there are some places which have shown that if we watch our activities and take a step toward it we can get our beautiful nature back. There are some greenest spots in delhi that can calm your mind and soul to the core. Such as  Lodhi Garden, Green Patch From Subroto Park To Karol Bagh, Fio, Garden Of Five Senses, Saidul Ajaib etc


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Pollution in air is a global phenomena. 9 out of 10 people on earth are breathing polluted air. According to World Health Organisation's World Global Ambient Air Quality Database, 80% of urban people have to face air pollution that exceeds health standards. India has 14 among 15 most polluted cities in terms of PM 2.5 particles.  According to WHO Ambient air pollution alone caused some 4.2 million deaths in 2016.

While talking about air pollution, one cannot proceed without mentioning Delhi.  Last winter the talk of the nation was pollution and fog in Delhi. Now after sand storms and dust storms Delhi's pollution level crossed the danger mark. The air pollution situation in Delhi remained severe till Saturday. But authorities are hoping that the air quality will improve as the particles are dispersing.

The main reason for air pollution in Delhi is due to massive construction works, huge number of automobiles on road, burning of garbage, and seasonal polluters like burning of field after sugarcane and wheat crops in winters and sand storms and wind blowing with sand from Rajasthan in summers. Pollution sources like factories are emitting toxic gases throughout the year. Air pollution in North India is ubiquitous.

The PM10 level - presence of particles with diameter less than 10 mm had climbed to 778 in Delhi-NCR and 824 in Delhi on Wednesday, demonstrating that severe air pollution is a summertime problem too.

Delhi's Chief Minister Mr.Arvind Kejriwal took some important measures like allowing odd numbers and even numbers of cars in alternative days. But it was not a successful scheme.  Union Environment Minister Harsh Vardhan has ordered civic authorities to be on high alert and ensure quality air to the residents.  Delhi's Lieutenant Governor Baijal has ordered stoppage of all civil construction works till Sunday. Let us hope that Delhi's pollution problem is solved soon.

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student,blogger | Posted


Such a nice question for debate, exactly who is responsible for pollution in Delhi? Ask it on your own, in some how each and every people is responsible for pollution in Delhi. everyone who is living in Delhi or nearby Delhi are the reasons for the pollution in Delhi


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Blogger | Posted


Air pollution in Delhi is caused mainly by industry and vehicles


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