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Noida was the most polluted city in Delhi-NCR on Saturday, fog remained all day

Noida: Noida remained the most polluted city in the National Capital Region on Saturday, while Gurugram remained number 2 and Faridabad remained the third most polluted. All the major cities of the NCR are in the worst situation. According to Sameer, a “measuring program” for air pollution, Noida’s AQI stopped at 484 on Saturday.

On four sides, Ghaziabad 460, Greater Noida 444, Faridabad 468, Ballabgarh 429, Gurugram 432, Agra 405, Bahadurgarh 439, Ballabgarh 429 Bhiwani 476, Bulandshahr 479, 5 Hapur 40

Due to air pollution, the condition of asthma by TB patients remains very serious. People are burning eyes, and young children are getting sick from pollution.

Although it is banned in the state of Gautam Budh Nagar, incidents of burns do not take the name of the stop. As a result, the state of affairs in the state has deteriorated. On Saturday, Noida remained the country’s most polluted city with an air quality index (AQI) of 484, while Greater Noida with AQI of 444 remained in the dark.

According to the Uttar Pradesh Pollution Control Board, the emissions of greenhouse gas emissions have risen to 15 percent. As a result, the level of pollution has reached a critical level.


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