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Ockhi Cyclone is Good for Delhi-NCR, Smog will Reduce

Posted on: 06 Dec, 2017 Tags   Cyclone Ockhi Delhi Pollution Air Pollution

IndiaNewsonWeb: 06 Dec, 2017, After showing its formula in South India, the 'Ockhi' cyclone made its way towards Gujarat-Maharashtra. Even before coming to the coastal border of Gujarat, the cyclone stopped and the threat created in South Gujarat got stagnant. But, due to this cyclone the people of New Delhi can benefit.

According to US agency NASA, then the impact of Ockhi in Gujarat and Maharashtra will be reduced, along with that the gauze trap in New Delhi and Northern India will also be reduced. NASA has released a picture on December 4, with it it has written that due to the tornado, the current mist can disappear in northern India.


Significantly, in the surrounding areas including the capital Delhi, its haze has spread its legs for the past several years. Due to the mist, many agencies, including the court, NG, have reprimanded Delhi and the Central Government.

Let us tell you that during the third Test between India and Sri Lanka being played in Delhi, the effect of the mist will also be affected. During the match, many Sri Lankan players wear masks and looked on the field, these pictures grabbed the attention of everyone. After this, due to the weather of Indian pace bowler Mohammed Shami, they became vicious and vomited on the field. Many former players and celebrities talked of not getting an international match in Delhi's pollution.

It is noteworthy that even before the entry in Gujarat, the heat cyclone has cooled down. According to the Meteorological Department, there may be rains in some areas of Gujarat on Wednesday. These include the areas of South Gujarat including Surat, Navsari, Valsad, Bharuch, Tapi, Amreli, Diu and Daman. Apart from Gujarat, there may also be rains in some areas including Maharashtra, Thane, Raigad and Greater Mumbai.

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