Public health emergency declared in Delhi-NCR, prohibiting burning of firecrackers till winter season

A panel of the Supreme Court has declared a public health emergency in Delhi-NCR. The level of air pollution in Delhi-NCR has been kept in the serious Plus category. The Environmental Pollution Prevention and Control (EPCA) has banned the burning of crackers for the entire winter season when a health emergency is declared. At the same time, the restriction on construction has been increased to 5 no.

The factors responsible for contaminated air in Delhi and surrounding areas contribute to 27 percent of the stubble burning incidents in Punjab and Haryana.

What does the CPCB report say?
Statistics of how much factor contributes to air pollution change every day. It is monitored by SAFAR, an organization of the Ministry of Earth Sciences, whose full name is India System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting and Research. According to this, the factors responsible for the contaminated air in Delhi and surrounding areas contributed to 27 percent of the incidents of stubble burning in Punjab and Haryana. After the declaration

of all the schools up to class 5 in Delhi, public health emergency has been declared in Delhi-NCR. In view of the increasing air pollution, Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal has given this information in a tweet. Children’s sports have also been banned in open fields in schools. Any kind of outdoor activity will also be closed.

Where to stay till November 5, on whom will remain

Delhi, Noida, Greater Noida, Faridabad, Gurugram, Ghaziabad Construction will be stopped from 6 pm to 6 am. This restriction has been extended up to 5 November. Hot mix plant and stone crushers will be banned till November 5 as before. Factories running coal and oil will remain closed.

You can have this effect

due to pollution >> Pollution can cause eye light, lung problems, headaches, skin infections, and even nervous system problems.

>> Under such circumstances, diarrhea is a common disease.

>> The harmful elements of the pollutants that reach the body through the breath, give rise to many other diseases in the blood, which can also prove to be quite dangerous.

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