New Delhi (EMS). Schools will reopen in the national capital Delhi. School holidays were declared due to air pollution, but now all government and private schools will open from Monday amid pollution. In the order issued by the Delhi government, it has been said that offline classes will now be held from pre-school to 12th. Apart from this, the ban on outdoor sports activities will continue. Let us tell you that in view of the increasing pollution, the government had declared holidays before the winter break. After the increasing pollution and implementation of Grap-4 by the Delhi government, all the schools were closed under winter break from 9th November to 18th November. Schools will be opened again from today. Whereas if we talk about Delhi’s pollution, the level of pollution in Delhi has not reduced much. According to the Central Pollution Control Board, the average AQI of Delhi was 301 on Sunday.
Whereas today again the level of pollution seems to be increasing. Wazirpur’s AQI has reached 392, while Anand Vihar’s AQI has been recorded at 362.
The AQI of ITO has reached 316. After the improvement in air quality in Delhi-NCR, the Central Government removed the restrictions imposed under Group 4. But the restrictions of Group 3 are going to continue. With the lifting of restrictions on Grape-4, apart from starting the construction work of public projects in Delhi-NCR, the ban on entry of trucks and four-wheeler commercial vehicles has been lifted. Let us tell you that under GRAP, only essential vehicles were allowed to enter Delhi. Apart from this, entry of trucks was banned.
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