Earthquake tremors felt in Delhi-NCR
The land of Delhi NCR trembled due to the strong tremors of the earthquake. The intensity of this earthquake, which occurred at around 11:32 pm on Friday night, was 6.4. Earthquake tremors were felt throughout North India. Its center was Nepal. There was chaos as soon as the earthquake occurred. People came out of their homes. An atmosphere of panic was created.
The intensity of the earthquake was high but fortunately there was no loss of life or property due to this earthquake in Delhi-NCR. But due to fear of this, people remained out of their homes for some time. Firstly, the climate of Delhi-NCR is already the worst and on top of that there are earthquake tremors… In such a situation, where should the people of Delhi-NCR go…?
Also read- Earth shook from Delhi to Patna, intensity measured 6.4 on Richter scale.
Pollution hits Delhi, even breathing becomes difficult
Due to pollution, the air of Delhi NCR has become poisonous. Due to poisonous air, even breathing has become difficult here. It seems as if Delhi-NCR has become a gas chamber. On Friday, AQI broke all records. AQI was recorded at 468 during the day whereas after 10.30 pm it crossed 500.
Suffocating fog prevailed for the fourth consecutive day
On Friday, there was suffocating smog in Delhi-NCR for the fourth consecutive day. Actually, since October 31, Delhi’s air is in poor category. Due to increasing pollution in Delhi, Delhi Environment Minister Gopal Rai called an emergency meeting to review the situation. To control pollution, a day earlier on Thursday, non-essential construction work, stone breaking and mining were banned in Delhi. BS-3 petrol and BS-4 diesel vehicles were banned in Delhi, Gurugram, Faridabad, Ghaziabad and Gautam Buddha Nagar.
Also read- Delhi-NCR’s air is suffocating, AQI breaks records, breathing becomes difficult
All primary schools closed in Delhi till today
Due to increasing pollution in Delhi, Delhi government closed all primary government and private schools for two days. CM Arvind Kejriwal announced this on Thursday. MCD also issued a letter giving complete information. According to this, schools up to class five will remain closed in the capital Delhi even today.