Due to air pollution, 80 people lose their lives every day in Delhi.
New statics has shown that Air pollution in Delhi is effective for approximately 10,000 to 30,000 yearly losses in Delhi. It simply means the capital of India loses 80 lives every day due to air pollution.
The statics also shows that most people in Delhi die from the heart attack & stocks instead of respiratory disorders. Among the leading researchers from the study was Julian Marshall from the University of Minnesota, Michael Breyer, Dr from the University of British Columbia. Aaron Cohen and Joshua Apte from Texas University is involved.
According to a statement written in 1997, the non-profit center located in Delhi for science and environment said that “in 1995, due to air pollution in 36 Indian cities 51,779 people have been estimated prematurely.” Similarly, according to the CSE study, it has also been said that Delhi is losing 10,000 people annually by air pollution. According to the different media report, this data is translated into one death each hour. Then, in other media publications in the country, the non-profit-issued numbers were reported due to air pollution more people die, rather than a terrorist attack in India.
Now, according to current studies, it can be assumed that because of air pollution, the number of people who lost their lives every hour in Delhi has been increased three times in almost twenty years. It is also indicated in the present study that if no action will be taken, then this number may increase by twenty to thirty percent.
Delhi has almost lost the benefits of CNG schemes. Its air is increasingly contaminated and unbearable, coming back on the pre-CNG day when diesel buses and auto made it one of the most contaminated capitals on the planet.
If we see the status of 2001, while the CNG program was in progress, suspension suspended particulate topic (RSPM, or PM10) of the annual average level in residential areas was 149 micrograms per cubic meter. After filing a decline in 2005, the pollution level reached 209 micrograms per meter cubic in 2008. Attention is thus nearly three times bigger than the reliable level.
In 2014, the (WHO World Health Organization) named Delhi as the world’s most polluted city, out of 13 of the 20 most contaminated towns in the world were from India. PM2.5 was repeatedly mentioned as the largest cause of air pollution in the capital.
Recent studies have mentioned that 45 percent of Delhi’s deaths can be controlled if the city takes precautionary measures to curb air pollution and satisfies its federal ambient air quality measures.