World Health Organisation (WHO) says around 98% children below 5 years of age in low as well as middle-income countries like India are exposed to poisonous air. A study conducted by WHO says over 1 lakh children of the same age were killed due to air pollution in India in 2016.

Another report by the social service organization named ‘Greenpeace’ showed a severe picture of the country’s pollution. It must be noted that several states in northern India including the National Capital and adjoining areas are struggling with severe air pollution since the past few days. The quality of air in Delhi has been the worst.

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