Who doesn’t know Diwali and its aftermath? Over the past few years, we have seen a drastic increase in air pollution immediately after Diwali.
This year, too people are sharing pictures of smog engulfing the skies post-Diwali.
Diwali smog at Chennai.— Novinston Lobo (@NovinstonLobo) November 4, 2021
Location: TTK Road.
Wearing mask is necessary, not just to protect from corona but also from air pollution. pic.twitter.com/7DzYFasJh4
Heavy smog near Akshardham, Delhi— Hindustan Times (@htTweets) November 5, 2021
The air quality in Delhi was recorded in the “hazardous” category at Janpath early on Friday, a day after #Diwali celebrations.
📸@rajkraj_ht /Hindustan Times pic.twitter.com/3FoKUV8utd
say hello to the world-famous #Diwali smog in Delhi-NCR 👋🏾— Angshuman Choudhury (@angshuman_ch) November 4, 2021
(Despite the ban, I heard and saw several people bursting firecrackers last night. Not just kids, full grown ups too.) pic.twitter.com/a7g18GT7x5
This is a smog in Greater Noida, after Diwali, photo taken from 18 floor, at 1 pm pic.twitter.com/cGBm4Bk4SV— Pronob Kumar Roy (@PronobKumarRoy) November 5, 2021
Day after Diwali smog. Delhi is out there, somewhere. pic.twitter.com/S8Rifq1Vkl— Tim Witcher (@europeasia) November 5, 2021
Today morning in #Delhi Thick blanket of smog shrouds after Diwali, air quality at Rajpath in ‘hazardous’ category. Its not only the crackers but other reasons also, Govt has to think over it and we as responsible citizens.#AirPollution #DelhiPollution pic.twitter.com/0H05SDFdGg— Banny@John (@BannyJohn2) November 5, 2021
Delhi covered with smog as air quality in Delhi dips to ‘Very Poor’ category on the eve of Diwali.— amit_captures (@amit_captures) November 4, 2021
Is this pollution caused by crackers or stubble burning ?
Copyright of images @amit_captures#Delhi#DelhiPollution #stubbleburning #smog pic.twitter.com/QyfxBVSIZk
How is it out there in your city?