Respiratory Ailments Killed 30 K In Delhi Between 2015-17 : Report

NEW DELHI || At a time the union capital is battling with one of the scariest air quality levels, a report has revealed that New Delhi has only had five days of “good air” in the past four years. According to a report by Praja Foundation, quoting the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), the capital of India only had five good days between 201502018.

The report also says that 26 people died every day in Delhi in 2015, 33 persons in 2016 and 27 in 2017. The report also says that in 2015, 2016 and 2017, 9799, 11900 and 9872 people lost their lives due to respiratory illnesses. A condition generally caused by air pollution.

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