After three days of apocalyptic haze and smog turned Delhi into a gas chamber, the Capital breathed easier on Tuesday as the air quality slightly improved from ‘severe’ to ‘very poor’ category. But the air quality was still questionable and the government has to do a lot to bring it down to a breathable level.
Smog is giving rise to some sad incidents too as people are suffering from pollution. In a recent incident a Delhi boy died after his father threw him out of his house after finding cigarette pack in his bag. The boy was a regular smoker but was healthy enough to lead a good life. His father though did not know of his son’s habit and was very angry after finding cigarettes in his bag.
The son gave many reasons to get out of the bad situation but none worked. Eventually he was thrown out of house. With nowhere to live, he spent the night on Delhi streets breathing in the polluted air. It was on the next day that he was found dead and that gave a major shock to his father and family.
The incident is really a sad one and fathers are requested to be patient in this difficult time for Delhi.