Air Pollution in New Delhi is Now on the Peak – All School Closed
New Delhi: Air Pollution in New Delhi – Experts have made it clear that Delhi’s climatic hazard can be detrimental to the health of people, especially children.
According to a report by the foreign news agency, air pollution in South Asia, including India, has caused its claws, which is why many countries are trying to control it.
Foreign media say that Pakistan is also one of the countries where air pollution has reached dangerous levels, but the pollution and dirt in India is no second.
Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal made the decision during a meeting due to air pollution in Delhi and said that all schools would be closed till November 5.
Experts say New Delhi’s climate is so dangerous that the exit of people, especially children, can be detrimental to their health.
It should be noted that the fire in the fields in the vicinity of New Delhi causes this smog.
According to a report, poisonous gas in India’s atmosphere causes the deaths of 100,000 children under the age of five every year.
This was disclosed in a research released on World Environment Day, which says India has repeatedly failed to address environmental threats.
According to a news agency AFP last year, a UN report said 14 of the world’s 15 most polluted cities are located in India.
Despite repeated appeals for this attention globally, Indian politicians have ignored the issue completely in the last elections.