New Delhi, Oct 26 (ANI): Air quality in the national capital continuous to remain on the negative side after a week of Diwali. On the Air Quality Index, Delhi’s several areas were marked very unhealthy for the residents. Post Diwali celebrations, the national capital woke up to an AQI of above 400 which is considered to be in the ‘severe’ category. The continually worsening condition of air quality in Delhi led the Supreme Court on October 9 to ban the sale of firecrackers in New Delhi and adjoining regions till November 1, with the view to reduce pollution. However, the ban ordered mere 10 days before the festival on the sale of crackers has not stopped the citizens from bursting crackers.
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