Delhi is currently grappling one of the worst pollution bouts in history. From respiratory disorders to road accidents, the Delhi smog has resulted in to grave damages. The current smog-phenomenon has compelled the Court and Delhi Govt. to declare a holiday for all school and college students. Today’s accident at the Yamuna Expressway is a precedent of things to follow, if the smog situation worsens.
In addition to road safety, Delhi’s fog can have severe repercussions to human and wildlife.
Here are some reasons why the Delhi Smog is more dangerous than it seems.
Yes, inhaling smog can result to prolonged cough and irritation. In addition, the Delhi smog, at the current level, can cause lead as well as lung infections.
Asthama patients are at most risk as inhaling toxic smog can aggravate their situation. This is why, Delhi residents suffering from asthama should avoid venturing outdoors.
Smog results in to severe damage to crops stunting their group. Similarly, Smog can also affect forests.
It is to be seen the stringent steps that will be implemented by the Govt. and courts to put an end to Delhi’s pollution-woes for good!
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