Press Reporter News Service
Karnal, October 12
With circumstances of stubble burning reaching 1,042 in Haryana until Sunday, the air high quality in most districts of the state has began deteriorating. The air high quality index within the rice producing districts like Kurukshetra and Karnal has turned poor, revealed the information of the Central Air pollution Management Board.
Out of the 1,042 farm fires detected up to now, Kurukshetra with 213 circumstances is main the tally, adopted by Karnal (204), Ambala (139), Kaithal (130), Fatehabad (89), Yamunanagar (80), Jind (69), Hisar (34), Sonepat (21), Palwal (14), Sirsa (14), Panipat (13), Panchkula (10), Jhajjar (5), Rohtak (3), Rewari (2) , Bhiwani (1) and Gurugram (1).
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“The burning of crop residue is the principle cause behind this sudden fall in air high quality other than the site visitors, climate and industrial air pollution,” mentioned SK Arora, Haryana State Air pollution Management Board space engineer.
Docs worry the poor air high quality may worsen respiratory issues.