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The 14 Most Polluted Cities In The World Are In This Country. Netizens Said: It’s Terrible.
Mar 05, 2019

With the acceleration of urban modernization, more and more countries have developed at the expense of the environment, especially in developing countries.


Nowadays, many countries have experienced polluted cities to varying degrees, especially India, the second largest country in Asia. India’s air pollution is a cruel reality for Indians, many of whom have to go out every day. Wear a mask.


According to a recent World Health Organization report, the 14 most polluted cities in the world are actually in India, namely Kanpur, Faridabad, Varanasi, Gaya, Patna, Delhi, Lucknow, Agra et al. After reading the living conditions of these cities, netizens said that they were "too terrible."


In these cities, air pollution reduces visibility to less than 400 meters.


In 2016, Delhi, the capital of India, was particularly polluted. A thick fog shrouded the city for more than a week, forcing schools to suspend classes, and many people spontaneously organized protests.

In 2017, the number of harmful particles in the air of these cities is 75 times that the World Health Organization considers to be a safety standard.


Environmentalists say: One day in Delhi, the pollution you are exposed to is like smoking 44 cigarettes a day.


Indian officials say environmental pollution has caused the iconic building “Taj Mahal” to turn yellower.


Pollution has a serious impact on people's health, and local hospitals are crowded with patients with respiratory problems. According to one doctor, they receive a new lung cancer patient every week.

According to a report by the New Delhi Centre for Environmental Research, more than 2.5 million people die prematurely each year in India, 30% of which are caused by environmental pollution.


Seeing this, I believe that the majority of netizens should not only feel terrible, but also deeply sympathize with the Indian people living here.


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Source: Oriental headlines


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