Zee Media Bureau
New Delhi: Air pollution scare is still on the rise in the national capital with the air quality showing absolutely no signs of improving.
Triggered by toxins and high levels of particulate matter, Delhi's air has crossed all limits of safety, breaching even WHO standards.
November is primarily when the air quality started to really worsen due to the Diwali season.
As per the Real-time Air Quality Index Visual Map of Delhi, areas in and around Punjabi Bagh have recorded the highest levels of air pollution, that is 894 at 1:00 am.
Anand Vihar area, meanwhile, is setting standards at 799 at 7:00 am, while RK Puram is at 390 at the same time.
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