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These Are The Most Polluted Indian Cities – Is Your City On The List?

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Day after day air pollution is increasing at a considerable rate. There are many cities in India where the air quality is too bad and going out without a mask seems like an invitation to the respiratory diseases like Asthma. Talking about asthma, more than 3 crore people in India are suffering from it. Here are some of the most polluted Indian cities where the air qualities are the lowest.

 

1. Patna, Bihar

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The industrial area in Patna is contributing to the bad air quality of the city. The air is too bad that it can give some disease to a healthy person. The PM2.5 density is reported as 149 micrograms per cubic meter in the city. In addition, the PM10 density is 164 microgram per cubic meter.

 

2. Agra, Uttar Pradesh

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Agra is also on the list of most polluted Indian cities. The city is famous for its historical values and no doubt, the value is being degraded just because of pollution. The PM2.5 density for Agra was reported to be 94 Microgram per cubic meter.

 

3. Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh

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If you are living in Kanpur, you will be familiar with the air pollution. The dust particles are mixed in the air and making it difficult for the people to breathe. Moreover, the greenhouse gases are adding toxins in the air and making it more dangerous. The density of PM2.5 is measured as 93 micrograms per cubic meter in the city.

 

4. Firozabad, Uttar Pradesh

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The city is famous for the glass industry. However, the glass industry spreads toxins in the air and pollute the air According to WHO the density of PM2.5 is 96 microgram cubic meter in the city. The tolerable amount of density is stated as 50 micrograms per cubic meter.

 

5. Delhi

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The Indian capital encompasses a huge industrial area. Moreover, the population density also adds to the pollution level as higher the population density means more the vehicles. According to the report by WHO, Delhi got 150 PM2.5 range which can cause breathing problem to anyone.

 

6. Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh

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The air quality in Gwalior is degrading. The density of the toxins is increasing at a considerable rate. The PM2.5 density is reported to be 144 micrograms per cubic meter in the city. On the other hand, the density of PM10 is 329 microgram per cubic meter.

 

Wear Masks Before Going Out

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If you are living in these cities, going out without a mask can lead you to some unwanted diseases. Wear a Cotton mask or N-95 mask whenever you go out. Also, avoid going out unless it is necessary.

If you know any other tips for the people living in polluted Indian cities, share in the comments. The pollution leads to the worst kind of lifestyle. Also, check the cities with best and worst kinds of lifestyles, according to Mercer.

Ravi Dabas
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