From Early in the Morning Lahore’s were happy to see fog but that is Smog which is coming from India. A little introduction to SMOG is a very thick toxic blanket of pollutants which is a threatening health hazard.
As per the atmosphere of Lahore and Punjab in general. its not fog. its SMOG. very thick toxic blanket of pollutants which is a threatening health hazard . Visibility on open areas and Motorway has decreased to 20-25 m.This condition creates serious breathing ailments and eye infections… In countries elsewhere this climatic condition calls for emergency closing down of schools, public places so people could come in contact of this danger as less as possible.. Even now at 12:20 pm the smog has got more dense and people complain of feeling it inside their homes… burning eyes, and heavy breathing…
As a request, please minimize going out for long and if possible wear masks to protect yourself and your children . Eye wash should be used frequently to clear eyes.
The schools in general and govt in particular should take a step with immediate effect to cope with the situation. They should measure the Air Quality Index and take adequate measures.
BUT WHERE THIS SMOG IS COMING FROM ?
“The main source of the pollutants in our lower atmosphere is Eastern Punjab where all the coal based industries are centered (across the border in India).” We send pigeons your way and you send smog. Not fair my friends in Dehli! ”
Said Umar Saif.
An INDIAN’s Replied “ Delhi main b hy.. Ab pata nai Idar ka Kamal hy ya Udar ka… “
This is what happens when you destroy the natural habitat. YES Smog in Lahore coming from India after Diwali
Delhi has been blanketed in a toxic fog the morning after the Hindu festival of Diwali, when hundreds of thousands of people in the Indian capital celebrate by setting off crackers and fireworks.
Air quality in the Indian capital, one of the world’s most polluted cities, is usually very poor due to road dust, open fires, vehicle exhaust fumes, industrial emissions and the burning of crop residues in neighbouring states.
But the density of some harmful particles and droplets in the air spikes for days after Diwali and can reach up to 42 times the safe limit.
Source – Guradian
But as we have search for Smog’s Reaction on social Media
Peoples’ are claiming this SMOG as Irritating eyes, itching throat, causing headache.
See Some Reaction of People on SMOG by Twitter Tweets.
Please wear masks to avoid inhaling the pollutants. Keep the windows closed.
#SMOG causes permanent damage to lungs and respiratory system