Air pollution in Delhi drops 25% in four years: How Arvind Kejriwal cleared the air

The Indian Express reports:
Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said last week that pollution levels in Delhi, primarily the concentration of particulate matter, has reduced by 25% over a period of four years. Five years ago, in 2014, a global study on air quality trends by the World Health Organisation had declared Delhi the most polluted city in the world. Since then, the Centre, states and courts have taken several steps to arrest pollution in the city. Delhi, through its pollution control committee, started monitoring air quality in real time only in 2010.
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