Are the people of Delhi always supposed to suffer? "At one point, we had a case of coming off the field vomiting". Children are also suffering.
BCCI acting president CK Khanna speculated: "If 20,000 people in the stands did not have problem and the Indian team did not face any issue, I wonder why Sri Lankan team made a big fuss".
Millions began choking on foul air in the first week of November, forcing closure of schools, ban on entry of trucks and construction activities in Delhi. "You simply keep holding meeting after meeting, and not do anything else". "We just wanted to have some clarity on the safety of the players", the South African said.
The NGT bench headed by Justice Swatanter Kumar and comprising of Justices Jawed Rahim, Raghuvendra S Rathore and Bikram Singh Sajwan told the counsel representing Delhi government to file the action plan before next date of hearing.
On Sunday, the poor air quality affected the India-Sri Lanka cricket test match with Sri Lankan team complaining of poor air quality that forced the hosts to declare their innings.
Air quality dropped to hazardous levels in the city.
The concentration of the most dominant pollutants, PM2.5 and PM10, reached levels as high as 276 and 455 micrograms per cubic metre by 3 pm, according to the Central Control Room for Air Quality Management of the Central Pollution Control Board. The corresponding prescribed standards are 60 and 100. You should not have held the match if the air quality was so bad. It is classified as "very poor".
The India Meteorological Department (IMD) said pollution levels have spiked due to calm conditions, marked by low wind speed and moisture. Thereafter, weather models indicate light rains to occur by the evening of December 5 that will continue until December 6.
The humidity on Sunday at 8.30 am was recorded at 92 per cent.
The weatherman has predicted partly cloudy sky tomorrow.
Saturday's minimum temperature was 7.4 degrees Celsius, two notches below the season's average while the maximum temperature was recorded at 26.4 degrees Celsius.