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India’s vice-captain Lokesh Rahul, when asked about the amount of air pollution in the city before the game against New Zealand, said he had come to play cricket. Like Delhi, air pollution in Jaipur has increased after Diwali earlier this month.

Jaipur’s Air Quality Index (AQI) was very poor on Saturday when the city also saw smoke (a mixture of smoke and fumes) on Monday morning.

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Rahul said before the first part of the Indian team on Monday, “Of course, we have not come out yet. We have just arrived at the stadium and I have no answer. I did not have a meter in my hands so I do not know how bad the level of pollution is.

“I’m sure it’s not bad,” he said. We all came here to play cricket.

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Meanwhile, India participated in the first course under the guidance of head teacher Rahul Dravid. Meanwhile, Rohit Sharma, Dravid’s colleagues and other assistants were present. The group participated in the first phase of the experiment after three days of isolation.

India is set to play three T20 International against New Zealand on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, followed by a series of two Tests between the two teams.


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