Air quality in Delhi turns "very poor"

DN Bureau

The air quality in the national capital turned "very poor" on Thursday due to falling temperatures, high humidity and calm winds.

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New Delhi: The air quality in the national capital turned "very poor" on Thursday due to falling temperatures, high humidity and calm winds.

Also Read: Air quality in city in poor category

The air quality index in the city crossed the 300 mark for the first time in 11 days and stood at 339 at 8 am.

Pollution levels in a few areas, including Jahangirpuri (405), Rohini (404) and Nehru Nagar (406) shot up to severe levels. (PTI)

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