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Dust storm: Delhi’s sky covered with dust sheets, 10 killed in UP

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New Delhi: 14 June :- Today there is a shadow of dust in Delhi and National Capital Region. At the same time, 10 people were killed in the country’s biggest state Uttar Pradesh. The Central Environment Ministry has estimated that mist will remain in Delhi for the next three days. According to the ministry, the dust storm in Rajasthan is a major cause of dusty dust above Delhi. The quality of air has gone below the critical level.

Ten people were killed in a storm and a storm in the neighboring state of Delhi, the national capital, which was caught in a dust storm in Rajasthan. Dusty storm last night in many areas of the state The news of the devastation of jan swaraj in the eastern and eastern region of UP. Three people have died in Gonda district alone. Two children died and died after the tree collapsed at home. After the weather forecast, storm was knocked out.

For the next three days, the situation in Delhi is expected to remain intact. Terming the rise in the level of air pollution in Delhi, the Central Environment Ministry said that the main reason for this is a dust storm in Rajasthan, due to which the area of ​​low pressure of air in the Delhi NCR was due to the dust generated from the ground. Some are stored at a height. There is no possibility of rain as well.

Such situations will continue for the next three days –
Even this year, between June 10 and 12, Rajasthan’s dust storm was towards Delhi, due to which this situation has arisen. Quoting the forecast of the Meteorological Department, the Ministry has expressed the possibility of maintaining dust clogging for the next three days in the Delhi NCR region. The Central Pollution Control Board has asked the State units to disperse water from the local units and construction related agencies continuously to prevent the dust from flying.

In addition, the Chief Secretary of Delhi has asked all the agencies related to this direction to issue necessary guidelines. Meanwhile, the Pollution Control Board has been meeting with the departments concerned to deal with the situation and asked to take anti-pollution measures to deal with the situation. At the same time, people have also been advised to avoid getting out of the open for too long.

The eclipsed dust of people engaged on the morning walk
Due to such weather, those who are walking in the national capital are facing a lot of problems. A member of a family who came to India for Walking Morning Walk said that for the last two-three days, they have to face a lot of trouble due to the dust in the air. It is difficult to breathe in this storm.

People coming to Rajpath for a morning walk said that it is difficult for them to see India Gate. People coming in the fresh air of morning are getting contaminated air. People said that it is difficult to breathe in this storm. Some people complained of irritation in the eyes, some said to put eyeglasses in the compulsion. Asthma sufferers are also having difficulty.

The people who had come for a walk in Fesom Lodhi Garden in Delhi also complained of a dust storm. People here also said that there is a lot of difficulty in breathing. One person said that the dust enters the eye in the nose, the cloth becomes dirty and the eyes are constantly burning.

Hurricane in the two months has hit many times in UP, devastation
Let us tell you that in the last two months, the hurricane and the storm have destroyed many times in UP. On May 2, most of the devastation of life was lost, when alone in Agra, 43 people lost their life. CM Yogi Adityanath had to return to the state by leaving Karnataka election campaign. About 150 people have been killed since the storm, storm and rain. On May 8, 11 people died due to a dusty storm.

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