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Stubble burning events declined in Punjab, Haryana between Sep-Dec, says Centre

Total paddy crop residue burning events in Punjab, Haryana, Delhi and NCR Districts of Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan, during September 15 and November 30 period registered a significant overall reduction of 31.5 per cent as compared to the corresponding period in 2021. While Haryana witnessed a reduction of 47.6 per cent, Punjab saw a reduction of 30 per cent as compared to the corresponding period of last year, according to data shared by authorities on Monday.Rajasthan and NCT of Delhi in total also saw a reduction of 19.3 per cent in farm fire counts this year. Maximum reduction in active fire events in Punjab and Haryana this year reported from Ludhiana and Fatehabad districts, respectively. Maximum contribution of farm fires to PM2.5 levels in Delhi was 34 per cent in current year (on 3/11/2022) as against 48 per cent last year (on 7/11/2021)

The daily average AQI for November 2022 was recorded as 320.60 as compared to 376.50 of November 2021.

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