The air quality in Delhi and the National capital region continues to improve as the level of pollutants is on a decline. The declining trend started on Sunday afternoon and continued even today in Delhi and NCR. The Central Pollution Control Board ADG Dr D Saha has predicted further improvement in weather conditions which is likely to help disperse pollutants leading to further improvement in the air quality.
The pollution level this morning declined from severe to the very poor category with air quality Index recording 388. MeT department says the visibility remained at 1500 metres at 5.30 this morning. It forecast a cloudy sky during the day.