Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has hit back at allegations his government is playing a “blame game” over the air pollution crisis in the national capital. In an impassioned plea posted on Facebook, Mr Kejriwal said “we don’t want to do that (play blame games)… it is about our health… our kids… our future… what would we get if we played blame game?” The Air Quality Index (AQI) in Delhi went deep into the “emergency” zone this morning with the national capital recording an overall Air Quality Index (AQI) of 625 – the highest this year – at around 10 am. Earlier today Mr Kejriwal tweeted: “(People of) Delhi suffering for no fault of theirs” and repeated his call for help from the central government.
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