Schools are to be closed for a few days in Delhi-NCR and people are avoiding unnecessary travel. You can feel the burning air in your throat and team India and Bangladesh are supposed to play a T-20 match.
” The BCCI president called the team to check on its well being. Sourav Ganguly had a discussion with stand-in skipper Rohit Sharma on how the team is coping up with the situation. Indian captain has confirmed that the team was fine and had a full outdoor training session without any issue,” a BCCI source told PTI on conditions of anonymity.
“DDCA has been advised to wash the trees inside the (Kotla) stadium so that the dust doesn’t flow. DDCA was also asked to survey the area of about two kilometres around the stadium and if any polluting items such as construction material, burning garbage etc is found, it is to be reported to CPCB. They will ensure immediate action,”
Well, we hope that pollution causes no damage to the players and spectators and pollution levels come down.