How is Delhi’s air quality being affected by thick smog in Noida and Gurgaon?

1. Increased awareness about the impact of smog on air quality. 2. Initiatives might be taken to reduce pollution levels.
3. Can lead to the implementation of stricter regulations on industries and vehicles. 4. Encourages people to adopt cleaner and more sustainable practices.

1. Adverse health effects due to poor air quality.
2. Reduced visibility causing inconvenience for daily activities. 3. Possible disruption of flights and transportation.
4. Negative impact on tourism and outdoor events.
5. Increased energy consumption for indoor heating and air purification systems.


Delhi’s air quality is classified as ‘very poor’ with an AQI of 399. The city is engulfed in smog.