Kejriwal and Delhi's worsening air quality

Published: 05th November 2022 02:57 PM  |   Last Updated: 05th November 2022 03:00 PM  

According to Central Pollution Control Board, the overall Air Quality Index of Delhi stood at 447 as on November 4 evening. Speaking at a press conference, Kejriwal said it is not time for "blame game and politics" and finding solutions is the need of the hour. Opposition parties and several people online have pointed out the inconsistency in Kejriwal's stand on the factors behind Delhi's toxic air in recent years.


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