A meeting on pollution was held under the chairmanship of the Prime Minister. On this occasion, Imran Khan said that clean and pollution-free Pakistan is the priority according to our manifesto, focusing on making cities green through large-scale tree planting.
On the other hand, air pollution persists in Punjab. In Lahore, the overall air quality index reached 306, with citizens suffering from eye and respiratory diseases.
Kot Lakhpat recorded the highest 463 AQI. The air quality index was recorded at 419 in Gulberg, 380 in Model Town, 345 in DHA Phase 2, and 316 in FC. 320 in Allama Iqbal Town, 320 in Punjab University, 395 in Eden Cottages, and 317 in Anarkali Bazaar.
According to the Meteorological Department, there is no chance of rain in the city today. As a result, the city’s minimum temperature is expected to reach 11 degrees Celsius, while the maximum is expected to reach 27 degrees Celsius. Humidity in the air was recorded at 79 percent Celsius.