The Indian Capital ‘Delhi’ has been ranked 6th among the worlds most
polluted city in the Worlds Health Organization (WHO) 2018 Pollution Report. It has been claimed that the
air quality of national capital is not worth breathable at all from the past few days. It is worth stating “Delhi: A Pollution State”.
This came in light among the cities people are when they witnessed a picture shared on Instagram by the Grammy Award Winner Singer
Bryan Adams official page. Bryan Adams visited the city for the Concert and he was very overwhelmed with the response from the audience. While sharing the picture
he captioned the picture with a message “Magical”.
For him the response and crowd gathering response was magical, but through this picture,
the Polluted Image of the city has been highlighted. Not only
media but the netizens as well get concerned about this
It has been seen from past few years that the air quality of the city has been deteriorating continuously. The pollution level in the cities air is increasing day by day. This
level of pollution has been evident with the picture shared on
The Pollution level is a matter of concern to be taken care. The bad quality of air can cause various health issues as well as can cause trouble in Visibility Level on Road. This could cause accidents also. Preventive measures are necessary to take to survive the air pollution problem.
Daily intake of harmful air can cause a longtime health issue. It is very harmful to
Pregnant Women’s and their babies,
Small children’s, Ailing peoples/Patients, Daily Out goers, overall each and every residing person in the State.
Each and every small step to minimize the
pollution level in the state will count. Plant trees, minimize the use of personal vehicles, try to use public transports, use face mask too as a preliminary step. Keeping the pollution level in mind
Supreme Court announced an order of fixing a time slot for fire the crackers on the eve of Diwali festival.
Pollution in Delhi is being a serious matter of concern as it is increasing day by day. The preventive steps to fight against pollution is:
Use Face Mask,
Avoid cutting Trees,
Give preference to Public Transport instead of Personal Vehicles,
Maintain old vehicles time-to-time, to avoid the emission of dark and harmful fumes from the vehicle,
Try to share vehicle i.e. Car Pool and Bike Pool.
All these initiative can save people from harmful gases as well as minimize the emission of Carbon Dioxide. Not only in Delhi, but these steps also need to be followed all over the country because it is very important and need of the country and future demands it as well.