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GRAP is a bunch of hostile to air contamination estimates continued in the capital and its area as per the seriousness of the circumstance.

New Delhi: Delhi’s air quality stayed in the ‘exceptionally poor’ classification on Monday morning and the city recorded a base temperature of 15 degrees Celsius, a score underneath the season’s normal.

With contamination levels declining, the Middle’s air quality board has guided the specialists to force a restriction on development and destruction exercises in the Delhi-NCR, besides in fundamental tasks, and different controls under stage III of the Reviewed Reaction Activity Plan.

The relative stickiness at 8.30 am remained at 90%, authorities said.

The meteorologist anticipated predominantly clear skies for the day with the most extreme attitude prone to settle at 32 degrees Celsius.

GRAP is a bunch of hostile to air contamination estimates continued in the capital and its area as per the seriousness of the circumstance.

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It orders the air quality in the Delhi-NCR under four distinct stages: Stage I – “Poor” (AQI 201-300); Stage II – “Exceptionally Poor” (AQI 301-400); Stage III – “Extreme” (AQI 401-450); and Stage IV – “Serious In addition to” (AQI >450).

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