Dense fog returned to national capital on Wednesday resulting in air quality affecting traffic movement and flight operations. The Indira Gandhi International airport on Thursday saw several aircrafts arriving from different locations being diverted to other airports after they could not land in Delhi.
The foggy weather leading to low visibility has also affected Noida and adjacent cities.
The Delhi government on Wednesday, in a meeting conducted by Deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia, directed implementation of six new measures to curb rising pollution level in the city.
Here is how Delhi government is planning to tackle the situation:
The meeting was also attended by Environment Minister Imran Hussain and PWD and DPCC officials.
(Feature image source: PTI)