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DENSE FOG DELAYED TRAINS

Due to dense fog in NCR trains continue to run late on Friday. According to the information, 19 trains of Northern Railway are running late. Earlier on Thursday, 21 trains coming to Delhi arrived late.

In the last few days, more than 13 thousand passengers canceled the journey in view of the late temperatures of the national capital and the surrounding areas due to very low temperatures and fog. By Wednesday, 13,412 passengers had canceled their tickets. Trains coming from distant places like Duronto, Rajdhani, Malda, New Delhi, Farakka Express, Mumbai, Amritsar Express are in bad shape.

Along with Delhi, fog has been engulfed in many areas of Punjab on Friday morning. Apart from this, dense fog enveloped some areas of Rajasthan, Eastern Uttar Pradesh, East Madhya Pradesh and Tripura.

These trains are running late

The Jabalpur Nizamuddin Mahakoshal Express is running late by 5 hours. The Nanded Amritsar Sachkhand Express is running 6 hours late. Lokmanya Tilak-Haridwar Express (5 hours late). Vasco-Nizamuddin-Goa Express (2 hours late), Chennai-New Delhi GT Express (02.30 hours late), Rewa-Anand Vihar Reva Express (2 hours late), Bhubaneswar-New Delhi Rajdhani (3 hours late), Howrah- New Delhi Purva Express (3 hours late), Bhagalpur Anandvihar Vikramshila Express (2 hours late).

Pollution in Delhi at critical level

At the same time, the pollution situation in Delhi also remains serious. According to data from Delhi Pollution Control Board, AQI 418 was recorded in Anand Vihar which falls in the serious category. There was AQI 372 in RKpuram which falls in the ‘very poor’ category. At the same time, AQI 429 (Gambhir) was recorded in Rohini.

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