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Arjun Rampal came to Delhi, said, no air is suitable for breathing

Arjun Rampal came to Delhi, said, no air is suitable for breathing

Along with the nation and Delhiites, the actors of Bollywood are also worried about the deteriorating air of Delhi. Meanwhile, actor Arjun Rampal who reached Delhi has shared his record on Twitter about it. Arjun Rampal said that the air of Delhi “is not breathable at all and he believes that the time has come for people to take the right steps to save Delhi.” He tweeted, “Just arrived in Delhi. The air here is not capable of breathing at all. The condition of the city today is really worse. Pollution is visible, deep mist is covered all around. People are wearing masks. After all, how many more disasters are needed to wake someone up and take the right steps? Tell us if we are wrong? Save delhi According to official figures, the city’s total air quality index (AQI) stood at 407 as of 10 am. It was 484 at four in the evening on Friday.

Actor Arjun Rampal who reached Delhi has shared his record on Twitter about it.

Arjun Rampal came to Delhi, said, no air is suitable for breathing
Arjun Rampal came to Delhi, said, no air is suitable for breathing

The Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) said that in the National Capital Region (NCR), Ghaziabad and Greater Noida, the AQI was 459 and 452 respectively at 10 am on Saturday and it was 496 at four pm on Friday. The AQI was recorded in the ‘severe’ or ’emergency’ category late on Thursday night in Delhi, the first time since January this year. When AQI is 0–50, it is considered to be in the ‘good’ category. 51-100 as ‘satisfactory’, 101-200 as ‘moderate’, 201-300 as ‘bad’, 301-400 as ‘very poor’, 401-500 as ‘severe’ and above 500 AQI as ‘very serious’. And is considered to be of emergency category.

 

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