Top 9 Most Polluted Cities Of India 2022, Delhi On Rank 1 After Noida & Ghaziabad
Kicking start the morning we got so much news but the main that matters a lot is the air quality check. So, according to the latest reports, here is the list of the all cities we fetched information about. Well, undoubtedly, if we are talking about pollution then the name of India’s capital would be a must in the list. However, it is true, along with Delhi we got to know about Noida, Ghaziabad, Bihar, and so on. In other words, here we are updating you about the most polluted cities in India. So, be here till the end to know if you city is in the list.
So, there is no doubt that Delhi’s air has been polluted at its worse this year 2022. Compared to all previous years this time, there is much toxic air that is enough to bring all the diseases to our body that comes from the air. According to a report shared by the Central Pollution Control Board, Bihar’s Katihar recorded the highest AQI (Air Quality Index) of 360 among 163 Indian cities on November 7. Congruent with the latest data shared by the authority it came to know that Delhi’s AQI stood at 354, while Noida’s stood at 328 and Ghaziabad’s stood at 304. Here is the list of the most polluted or worst air quality cities below shared by the Central Pollution Control Board.
Most Polluted Indian Cities 2022
However, the list is too long that you will get tired and shocked by reading names but it will go ahead. The above names are among the most polluted cities and it is all written in the format where the most polluted city is on the top while others are less than each. Now, if we look at the data shared by different authorities, and have a political view of it then say this won’t be bad that Punjab is bent on burning crops and it is all happening this time with a massive hike in the data. Netizens have been sharing memes saying since Kejriwal entered Punjab, the city is also heading toward bad days.
Recently, The Indian Agricultural Research Institute (IARI) apprised a total of 3,634 farm fires in Punjab on Wednesday, and this is the highest this year so far. The data came as a wake-up call for India which is gesticulating about all diseases that may come with this air if it does not be stopped. Other reports have stated that environment Minister Gopal Rai appealed to the Uttar Pradesh and Haryana chief ministers to divert all the trucks carrying non-essential goods, traveling on peripheral expressways so that they won’t create a traffic jam.
At least on the capital’s borders. Well, there is no doubt that air quality is now getting worsen day by day and there is still no idea what the Punjab AAP government is going to get rid of stubble burning. Despite being given a big amount by the central govt. Not to scare you but just to tell you all that according to Greenpeace, more than 1.2 million Indians died prematurely in 2017 due to air pollution.