• (553) Views
  • Bookmark and Share

Delhi’s High Pollution Cause to Thick Fog

A bulky cover of smoke continues to wrapping Delhi amid increasing concerns. The Supreme Court has expressed anxiety, but the Delhi government insecure as to what has caused fog said that it's because of nearby states Haryana and Uttar Pradesh. Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit told to media, "We are not accountable, neighboring states are spoiling."

But protesters say that Delhi's smog level is at an all time towering. According to a Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) discovery, pollution levels are six times higher than the acceptable limit. The Delhi pollution control board has lastly called a meeting of heads of the DDA and municipal bodies. DPCC Secretary said, "People who flame leaves will be given five years sentence or weighty fine."

In the interim, the MET department responsible low storm speeds, high moisture, farm fires and pollution for the smog and told that it will come down before going up once more. One of the official said, "Smog will lessen from tomorrow but it will yet again increase by November 13." Even though the MET department says that smog is to be expected to dissipate for the interim due to north western winds but with Diwali just around the corner pollution stage in the city stay put a key concern.

Post Your Comments
Recent News
Padmavti Movie Not Release in Rajasthan, MP and Punjab.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi Nepal Visit
Subsidized LPG Increase to 12 Cylinders
Nadella Apt to be Next Microsoft CEO
Super30 Founder Got Ramanujan Math Award
Pinterest Starts “Explore Interests” Section
CBSE Board Exam Admit Cards Go Online
RBI to Extract Pre-2005 Currency Notes
Kawasaki Z800 Launched at Rs 8.05 Lakh
Google Eating Site’s Pageviews, Wiki Too