Dust in the air over Rajasthan, Haryana, and NCR over the next two days: Citizens likely to face breathing problems: Because OF the growing and increasing levels of the dust pollution that have descended over north India for the few months of May and June, on Tuesday, Skymetweather reported, that dust in suspension will remain on 13 and 14 June over Rajasthan, Haryana, Delhi, and NCR.
This is quite possible that many people will face breathing problems in these states because of the suspended dust.
Likewise, the dust in the atmosphere is also reason of the high temperatures in areas of Delhi, because this is doesn’t permit the heat to escape.
on Tuesday, The areas of Safdarjung and Palam recorded highest minimum temperatures of 34° Celsius and 33.3° Celsius correspondingly, as per the Skymet Weather reported.
A sudden haze descended upon Delhi and neighbouring areas of the city is getting affected from the 12 June because the air quality plummeted into the severely polluted category, it was very akin situation of the November 2017 when the city’s air reached dangerous levels of pollution, in the naticoan capital, Delhi, reported by the Hindustan Times.
In New Delhi, The Dust pollution has been uncharacteristically high this summer. Air pollution levels also increased in the Gurugram, Noida and Ghaziabad.
The week start from the 6th June, north India has experienced relentless dust storms. As many as 26 people were killed, because of the dust storms and lightning strikes in Uttar Pradesh, an official spokesman announced the same on the 9th June.
The Dust storms and lightning hit places in 11 districts of the state on 8 June, he further added.
The dust storms and strong winds hit Delhi, On 9 June. The city was plunged into premature darkness also because of the sudden dust storm.