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delhi school reopening news: Delhi School Reopening: Will schools reopen in Delhi? Know what the pollution report of the capital is indicating – will the government decide to reopen schools in delhi in its review meeting tomorrow? know pollution report of the capital

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delhi school reopening news: Delhi School Reopening: Will schools reopen in Delhi? Know what the pollution report of the capital is indicating – will the government decide to reopen schools in delhi in its review meeting tomorrow? know pollution report of the capital

Highlights

  • Tomorrow will be the decision whether to reopen schools in Delhi or to keep them closed now
  • Environment Minister said that the ban on the arrival of trucks in Delhi will also be reviewed.
  • Delhi’s air has cleared a bit due to strong wind, but there is a fear of getting dirty again from tomorrow.

New Delhi
Due to the high wind speed, dust particles are not able to stay in the atmosphere, due to which the pollution situation has improved. Strong winds are blowing even today, due to which Delhi’s Air Quality Index (AQI) is showing slight improvement. In such a situation, the question is arising whether the Delhi government will take a decision to open schools in the review meeting to be held on Wednesday? Keep in mind that schools were closed due to increasing pollution. It is expected that from Wednesday the winds will weaken and the wind will become stifling again.

Today the air has improved, but there is a possibility of it getting worse from tomorrow

Today the AQI in most places in Delhi is between 250 and 300. By the way, the cleanest air in the national capital today is from Ayanagar, which has an AQI of 218, which is in the poor category, while the most polluted air is that of Mundka, which is in the very poor category with an AQI of 302. Thus, except Mundka (Very Bad) the air of the whole of Delhi is in the bad category today. This can be considered a good situation in terms of air pollution records in Delhi.

Tomorrow’s meeting will decide on the school

Delhi Environment Minister Gopal Rai has said that a decision will be taken on November 24 on lifting the existing ‘work from home’ system of state government employees and the ban on entry of trucks in the capital and reopening schools. Rai said that the government will take a decision on reopening schools, colleges and other educational institutions and the existing ‘work from home’ system of government employees in a review meeting on Wednesday. “If the situation in Delhi continues to improve, we will also deliberate on allowing Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) powered trucks laden with non-essential goods to enter the city,” he said.

Construction work again exempted
Earlier, the Delhi government on Monday lifted the ban on activities related to construction and demolition in view of the improvement in air quality and inconvenience being caused to the workers. The Delhi government on Sunday banned the entry of non-essential goods trucks into the city and extended the ‘work from home’ facility for its employees to tackle air pollution and its ill-effects on health. Extended till November. Rai said, “The air quality index was above 600 for some time. However, steps have been taken to control air pollution and the change in wind speed has also led to a gradual reduction in the level of air pollution.

Noida pollution: After 25 days in Noida, AQI below 300, people breathed a sigh of relief when air health improved
Bad air since November 2

However, the people of the capital got a big relief from pollution when the winds moved a little faster. Pollution has been at such a low level after November 2. However, it still remains at a poor level. It is expected that from Wednesday the wind speed will slow down and pollution will increase. November this year started on the cleanest level. But from November 2 it reached very bad. The AQI was recorded as 308 on that day. Since then there has been a huge increase in pollution.

In just these 20 days, the pollution level remained critical for 8 days. After Diwali, now the pollution level has reached such a low level. According to the air bulletin of CPCB, the AQI of the capital was 311 on Monday. In Bahadurgarh it stood at 302, Ballabgarh 215, Faridabad 303, Ghaziabad 254, Greater Noida 202, Gurugram 310, Manesar 270 and Noida 270.

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When will schools open in Delhi, may be decided tomorrow (signal picture)

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