Delhi Pollution Memes Flood Internet After AQI In National Capital Turns Severe

Delhi is shrouded in a toxic layer of smog, as people in the national capital witness serious health problems amid deteriorating air quality. The current AQI for Delhi is 525, which is very dangerous. Air quality in the national capital has deteriorated to “severe” in the past few days, according to data from the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB).

As deteriorating air quality has affected the general mood of Delhites, memes have flooded the internet with hilarious posts in order to make your “online life” less bleak while dealing with bleak weather conditions. Take a look at some funny memes “Smoking in Delhi is healthier than doing yoga in Delhi,” one Twitter user wrote. Check out some of the fun memes here.

On Friday during the corresponding morning period, the AQI of the capital was recorded at 472, and districts of the National Capital Region (NCR) – Noida and Gurugram at 7 am this morning recorded the AQI of 529 and 478 respectively in both. Very toxic. Dearpur in West Delhi scored an AQI of 534.

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On Friday, SAFAR (System of Air Quality, Weather Forecasting and Research) stated that straw burning accounts for 34 per cent of Delhi’s 2.5 particulate matter (PM) pollution.

Residents of Delhi and the National Capital Region (NCR) have complained of suffocation and burning eyes due to smog and air pollution making people gasping for breath.

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Delhi Chief Minister, Arvind Kejriwal, announced on Friday that primary schools in Delhi will be closed from November 5 until the pollution situation improves. The Minister of Environment in Delhi, Gopal Rai, has announced mandatory work from home for fifty percent of Delhi government employees.

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