Arvind Kejriwal, the chief minister, announced on Friday during a news briefing that primary schools in Delhi would be closed starting on Saturday due to the deteriorating air quality. Outdoor activities would be limited for students in Class 5 and upwards. This comes a day after Noida, a nearby city, instructed schools to continue holding online lessons through November 8.
According to Kejriwal, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) administration is also thinking about reintroducing the odd-even traffic restriction policy for automobiles in the city. All primary schools in Delhi will be closed starting tomorrow until the situation gets better. The Delhi Chief Minister added that all classes above Class 5 would be prohibited from participating in outdoor activities.
Kejriwal addressed the worries of BJP leader Adesh Kumar Gupta during his briefing. He needs to know that his grandchild is just like my grandson, I assure him. We will act immediately "He was tense. We'll work to ensure that no youngsters experience any health issues of any kind, he said.
Kejriwal spoke at the news conference alongside Bhagwant Mann, the chief minister of Punjab: "We do accept responsibility for Punjabi farm fires. But we also expect assistance from the Center "added the AAP president.