The northern part of the country, including Delhi, the capital of India, is under the influence of severe winter. Delhi recorded a season’s lowest temperature of 3 degrees Celsius on Saturday. In such a situation, the state government has issued a red alert in the entire capital of India, including Delhi.
Meanwhile, maximum alert has been issued in Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh. This information was reported in the report of Indian media NDTV.
It is said that the movement of trains and aircraft in Delhi is being disrupted due to reduced visibility. Air pollution levels have increased in Delhi along with severe cold currents. Delhi’s Air Quality Index value was 365 on Saturday, indicating severe air pollution.
India’s Central Meteorological Department (IMD) said the temperature in Delhi has dropped due to a cold front moving over North India. This temperature may remain for three more days.