Sat. Dec 2nd, 2023

As Air Quality Index (AQI) crash-dived into ‘severe’ class, the netizens have come down closely on the Delhi authorities and Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal for failing to curb the rising air pollution ranges.

“To be choked till death, every Delhiite is feeling like this! Where is Mr. Kejriwal hiding? Now in Punjab also they have their government, ” wrote a nitizen on social media.

Kejriwal had introduced that in gentle of the rising air pollution ranges, all authorities and first faculties in Delhi will stay closed on Friday and Saturday.

“The number of stubble burning in Haryana is way less than what Punjab is doing. When will these politicians stop blame-game and start working for people, ” one other nitizen wrote.

Kejriwal authorities had even imposed a ban on non-essential development actions and on the plying of BS-3 petrol and BS-4 diesel automobiles in Delhi Gurugram, Faridabad, Ghaziabad and Gautam Budh Nagar.

“Every year, the same deadly November. God help us and Kejriwal you got exposed yet again, ” one other nitizen wrote.

On Friday morning, the general AQI in Delhi was within the ‘severe’ class. It is believed that the air air pollution degree is more likely to stay unchanged for the following 3-4 days and should rise within the second week of November, when winds from the northwest start to reach in Delhi, carrying extra stubble-burning smoke.

“Kids and old people are suffering a lot because of the government’s failure. When will we learn?” a nitizen wrote.

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