News By/Courtesy: Asif Iqbal | 01 Nov 2018 19:00pm IST

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  • In the recent report which has got released on WHO mentions the death of more than one lakh children due to air pollution in India and it has made difficult for an individual to take a breath.
  • In an estimation which shows that 6 lakhs kids have lost their lives due to air pollution from 2016 itself worldwide and it making respiratory system acute lower tract infection.
  • In the report do mentions about worst polluted cities which reported about Capital of India i.e., New Delhi along with constituency of PM Varanasi has a mention about it.

In the recent report which has got released on WHO mentions the death of more than one lakh children due to air pollution in India and it has made difficult for an individual to take a breath. In an estimation which shows that 6 lakhs kids have lost their lives due to air pollution from 2016 itself worldwide and it making respiratory system acute lower tract infection. In the report do mentions about worst polluted cities which reported about Capital of India i.e., New Delhi along with constituency of PM Varanasi has a mention about it. Whereas, in globally there are about 93% world’s children under the age of 15 years which have been exposed to fine particulate matter (PM 2.5)  and if we read the report closely we can read that there are girls who are dying more in comparison with boys and it is due to lesser medical and social attention by the family.

Section Editor: Priyanshu Gupta | 01 Nov 2018 19:05pm IST


Tags : #India#Environment#Pollution

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