Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on the increasing pollution in Delhi
Nitish Kumar said that the pollution which is increasing in Delhi is due to the surrounding areas, all of them need to be understood. The toxic air in the national capital of the country has raised the air quality index to the very severe category.
On Saturday, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar also drowned in the ongoing rhetoric in the matter of increasing pollution in Delhi. The Chief Minister said that the situation of pollution in Delhi is due to the neighboring states, there is no doubt about it. These days every political party is making statements on pollution. Now even the Chief Minister of Bihar should not be behind in this.
Nitish Kumar had come to participate in a program. Meanwhile, when reporters asked a question about pollution in Delhi, he said that the deterioration in the air quality in the national capital is mainly due to the neighboring states. He said that we keep alerting people everywhere for this. Since the year 2018, we have been persuading people not to burn stubble. For this we keep telling everyone. This time also we have told people not to burn stubble.
Nitish Kumar said that the pollution which is increasing in Delhi is due to the surrounding areas, all of them need to be understood. The toxic air in the national capital of the country has raised the air quality index to the very severe category. The AQI reached near 400 on Saturday, which is considered an alarming level of pollution. During this time people are also facing other problems like burning in eyes, difficulty in breathing.
The level of pollution is increasing continuously and people's life has become difficult in the area adjacent to the capital Delhi i.e. Noida. Due to the ever-increasing suffocating air, people are coming to the hospitals with complaints like asthma and stinging in the eyes. On the other hand, people are struggling a lot to get out of the house in this smoky poisonous air.