Breathing in Delhi becomes hazardous, emergency plans may be implemented.

Photos from NASA are showing the critical condition of Delhi. It could be difficult to breathe whole of northern India, including Delhi, if it did not stop the burn. Pollution levels have become serious in many areas of the capital. The Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) has predicted the future of the air in Delhi-NCR in the coming days, blaming many factors related to pollution, construction and weather, due to poor quality of air quality.

In the meanwhile, Delhi’s Environment Minister Imran Hossain said on Wednesday that the photographs received from satellite are showing that the ‘Hazardous’ level is being eradicated and it should be stopped immediately or else the entire North India, including Delhi, will face serious health risks.

EPCA member Sunita Narayan said, “We are going to direct the officials that they will implement strict measures at the main places of Delhi. We also have proof of burning garbage in Wazirpur and Dwarka and this is another issue which we will raise in front of the officials. ‘

The officials have stated that they are doing there best to control the pollution and suitable reforms are being done regarding pollution control.