While pollution in Delhi is steadily increasing, it has attracted the attention of the whole of Asia. Usually, in terms of pollution, China’s capital, Asia, came to Beijing. However, the latest data shows that India, Pakistan and Bangladesh have the worst air quality in Asia. Overall, pollution in Asia has increased at a rapid rate in recent times. The most polluted city in Asia: According to a research done by the group IQ Air Visual in Switzerland, of the most polluted cities in the world is in 22 India. This group collects air quality statistics globally. The remaining seven polluted cities are Pakistan, Bangladesh and China. But Beijing, one of the world’s most polluted, is not on the list of the most polluted cities categorized by the group. China is ranked 122th in the group. Analysis of the state of capital around the world, Asian countries are the only ones to come in terms of pollution. The situation in Bangladesh’s air condition is the worst when analyzing the overall situation of the entire country. Then come Pakistan and India respectively. Each year is classified according to the average air quality. Most countries in Asia suffer.
India is worse than China : Urban area pollution usually involves various elements – vehicular smoke, fossils and large industries. The main difference between pollution between India and China is the agro-production fire. In India, during the winter, farmers grow hundreds of millions of hectares of field crops. ‘Farmer’s fires are actually causing pollution,’ says Professor Thomas Smith of the London School of Economics. He adds, ‘But China has controlled agricultural pollution. China is banned from producing all agricultural products, “he said. In Haryana and Punjab, farmers also said pollution increased when farmers burned millions of tonnes of agricultural products. Prof. Smith says fires and smoke continue to appear in northwest Delhi. ‘You cannot ignore how dangerous the pollution caused by burning agricultural materials is,’ he says.The Supreme Court of India has directed the government to ban the burning of farmland when pollution is increasing. Pollution stopped due to illness : The level of pollution is divided by the level of particles in the air. “The impact of pollution is different for every person,” said Dr. John Dahl, an expert at the University of New South Wales. Says Christine Cowie.She adds, ‘Some complain that their eyes are red, some have a sore throat. Many have had problems with sore throat. Cough has become a common problem of the common people. ‘He said the pollution was particularly affected by the elderly, heart disease and respiratory illnesses. Bad pollution will increase the risk of disease and stroke, he said. ‘The more pollution we live in, the higher the risk,’ he says. Most countries in Asia suffer.