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Polluted air coming from Pakistan; UP govt tells SC

Polluted air coming from Pakistan; UP govt tells SC

Ground Report | New Delhi: Polluted air coming from Pakistan; The Uttar Pradesh government has told the Supreme Court that the closure of industries would affect the sugar cane and milk industries in the state and that UP is in the downwind, the air is coming mainly from Pakistan. To this, CJI NV Ramana joked, so do you want to ban industries in Pakistan?

On this argument of the UP government, Chief Justice NV Ramana joked that he wants to ban industries in Pakistan. At the same time, in the contamination case, the Center told the Supreme Court that a five-member working group had been formed. (Polluted air coming from Pakistan)

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At the same time, during the hearing on air pollution in Delhi today, the CV said that we have seen some sections of the media trying to show that we are villains. We want to close the schools. You (the Delhi government) said that we are closing schools and starting to work from home, but look at today’s newspaper.

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Air quality in the national capital was recorded in the ‘very poor’ category on Friday morning with the minimum temperature settling at 12.5 degrees Celsius, three levels above the average for the season. According to data from the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), the Air Quality Index (AQI) stood at 358 on Friday at 9 am. Air quality in the neighboring NCR cities of Faridabad (289) and Greater Noida (250) was recorded in the ‘poor’ category on Friday morning.

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The AQI in Ghaziabad (331), Gurugram (309), and Noida (315) remained in the ‘very poor category. The 24-hour AQI in Delhi stood at 429 on Thursday. An AQI between zero and 50 is considered good, an AQI between 51 and 100 is considered satisfactory, between 101 and 200 is moderate, between 201 and 300 is poor, between 301 and 400 is considered very poor and an AQI between 401 and 500 is considered poor. Considered in the severe category.

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