The severe pollution levels of Delhi and NCR became a common talk among most of the Delhiites and it gained a lot of political importance. After becoming a health hazard for most of the residents and leading to a strike in the number of respiratory patients, finally, the pollution levels have started to subside.
Though most of the fingers were raised on the stubble burning that was being practiced in the adjoining states of Punjab and Haryana, one unusual factor made the eyeballs roll over the entire menace once again.
As per the report released by SAFAR (System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting and Research), an unusual factor has been decoded that caused the Delhi’s air quality to become toxic. This was the series of dust storms that took place in the Gulf nations.