New Delhi: Delhi's air quality remained in "poor" category on Monday, and the quality may falter further in upcoming days.
Reports by SAFAR say that the air quality may go down to "very poor" in the next two days.
"AQI forecasted to deteriorate slowly but in the higher end of poor category for tomorrow (Tuesday).
Meanwhile in different areas, level of PM2.5 was such as Anand Vihar (257), Bawana (286), ITO (242), Lodhi Road (216), North Campus (235) and Rohini (275) remained in "poor" category, while Dwarka (321) and Sirifort (362) slipped to "very poor" category.
According to the data, cases of stubble burning in Punjab was 1198 in 2018, which increased to 1631 in 2019.
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