New Delhi: The air quality in the national Capital remained in "very poor" category on Friday with Air Quality Index dangling at an average of 330, according to weather forecasting agencies.
Meanwhile, Central-government agency System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting And Research (SAFAR) has predicted that there is going to be no drastic slip in AQI for the next three days.
Professor Garg also stated that padding burning practice needs to stop and a concrete policy needs to be put in place.
The workshop held at Institute for Studies in Industrial Development (ISIS) will go on from November 7 to 9.
Meanwhile, the weather forecasting agency has also stated that there has been a reduced stubble burning, while no contribution from residue burning is expected on Friday, while it will be in the same very poor category on Saturday as well.
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