Indian cities are becoming more and more polluted with danger to health and longevity. As per the report of the “Airpocalypse – Assessment of air pollution in indian cities” , the following are the most polluted cities in India:

Delhi, Ghaziabad, Allahabad, Bareilly, Faridabad, Jharia, Alwar, Ranchi, Kusunda, Bastacola, Kanpur and Patna.

Out of 168 cities checked by the report only 14 cities are up to the standard. It shows that pollution level is increasing in almost all cities in the country. This is of serious concern.

It is the duty of the government to ensure that necessary arrangements are made to reduce the pollution level. Other wise, not only longevity but health condition will be deteriorated and diseases will increase multi-fold.