The air monitoring agency SAFAR forecast that air quality is likely to improve further on 6th and 7th December due to better ventilation conditions.
As the level of pollution increases in the national capital, Delhi’s air quality remained in the inferior category.
According to the System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting And Research, air quality is likely to improve on 6th and 7th December due to better ventilation conditions in National Capital.
The air quality in National Capital has fallen into an inferior category and is now predicted to be fallen too severe.
The level of the winds is calm in Delhi.
According to the data provided by the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), there was a heavy concentration of pollutants in the air in some of the districts of the national capital and neighboring cities.
There are some cities in the nation with the air quality in the range of good category monitored by CPCB.
West Bengal, a Pollution Control Board official, said that the air quality in most parts of Kolkata is in the poor category, and some parts are in a severe category.
The air quality index in north Kolkata was recorded AQI which was of 408 PM 2.5 which is in severe category.