“Met officials explained that the city has been experiencing southeasterly winds because of a cyclonic circulation over Haryana in the past few days. As these winds are coming from the southeasterly direction, they are first sweeping across Delhi before going towards Haryana and Punjab, thus negating any chances of pollution from crop burning.” Hindustan Times




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