The worldwide Air Quality Index has once again named Lahore as Pakistan’s most polluted city (AQI). The reading for the air quality index was 241. Faisalabad is in second place, with an Air Quality Index (AQI) of 230. An AQI of 150–200 is regarded as unhealthy, 200–300 is more dangerous, and 300 or above is regarded as highly dangerous.
According to the worldwide Air Quality Index (AQI), Lahore, the city of Gardens, once again became Pakistan’s most polluting city on Monday morning.
According to information, the provincial capital was the most polluted city, with an air quality score of 241.
Faisalabad is rated second after Lahore with an Air Quality Index (AQI) of 230. An AQI of 150–200 is regarded as unhealthy, 200–300 is more dangerous, and 300 or above is regarded as highly dangerous.
The 11 million citizens of the metropolis are affected by the haze, which causes breathing issues, impaired vision, and eye discomfort. Karachi, on the other hand, maintained a somewhat superior air quality rating of 117.
On the worldwide Air Quality Index, Karachi had previously led the list of the world’s most polluted cities.
Experts claim that the air is heavier in the winter than it is in the summer, which causes toxic particles in the atmosphere to migrate downhill and pollute the atmosphere.
As a fireworks store catches fire during a mehndi in Talagang, six children are injured. A layer of contaminated particles, including significant volumes of smoke and carbon, as a result, blankets a metropolis.
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