Praveen Kumar, regional officer of the Noida Pollution Department, said the district has been planting grapes in the forest since October to prevent air pollution.
In the cities of the National Capital Region (NCR-NCR), on Friday, the first day of the new year, air quality deteriorates. Ghaziabad has become the most polluted city, and most of the cities in the NCR have come under the Dark Red Zone, which is in a very bad state. The Central Pollution Control Board has called for swift action to control air pollution.
Air quality (AQI) was 464 in Ghaziabad, AQI 428 in Greater Noida and AQI 426 in Delhi on Friday, according to pollution indicator app Sameer. AQI 441 was recorded in Noida, 427 in Bulandshahr, 406 in Baghpat, 406 in Faridabad, 3354 in Agra, 3 3605 in Ballabhgarh, 395 in Bhiwani, 366 in Meru and 154 in Hapur.
Praveen Kumar, regional officer of the Noida Pollution Department, said the district has been planting grapes in the forest since October to prevent air pollution. He said the pollution department is implementing many plans to prevent air pollution.
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At the same time, the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) on Thursday asked the Pollution Control Boards of Delhi and the NCR to take immediate and effective steps to control air pollution. He said that according to the forecast received by the Indian Meteorological Department, wind speeds in Delhi are expected to slow down due to which pollutants will not spread properly and due to which air quality index (AQI) will be very bad in the coming days.
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