Health scare: PM Modi's official residence hit by critical pollution threat
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's official residence 7, RCR is reportedly hit by the critical noxious air.
New Delhi: We all are aware as to how much the air we breathe is contaminated. The pollution level in Delhi is increassing day-by-day causing health scare to the residents.
Not only is the common man affected but also Prime Minister Narendra Modi will now have to think twice before stepping out. His official residence 7, RCR is reportedly hit by the critical noxious air of the national capital.
According to Mail Online report, a reality check of the air outside 7, RCR revealed that there is high level of pollution that poses a real threat to the prime minister’s health.
The acceptable level of PM 2.5 (particulate matter 2.5) is 60 by Indian standards. However, the PM 2.5 reading outside PM’s house on 7, RCR read 2,200 to 2,400, claims the report.