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Posted at: Nov 4, 2019, 7:08 AM; last updated: Nov 4, 2019, 7:11 AM (IST)

300 teams out in the field

300 teams out in the field
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New Delhi, November 3

The Centre is keeping a close watch on the situation arising out of elevated air pollution levels in Delhi-NCR.

Officials pointed out that about 300 teams are in the field in Delhi to reduce air pollution. The necessary machinery for this work has been distributed in the states.

The main focus of the Central government is on the seven industrial clusters and major traffic corridors in Delhi-NCR region. The Centre is keeping a close watch on polluting units and burning of waste besides the construction activities. Alarm bells are ringing as the Air Quality Index (AQI) crossed an all time high of 1,000 in some parts of Delhi-NCR causing concern and anxiety among \people.

A public health emergency has already been enforced in the region. All schools have been shut in Delhi and Noida till Tuesday. — IANS

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