The most common culprit of air pollution, across is the burning of coal, oil, and gas, also leading to the climate crisis.
According to Green Peace Raigarh ranks 48 in the list of world's most polluted cities. The report is based on 2018 air quality data from public monitoring sources, such as government monitoring networks.
Big industries and power plants burning coal, without any filtration, like electrostatic precipitator (ESP) which removes fine particles, like dust and smoke, are a major cause for the alarming air pollution.
Community Correspondent Rajesh Gupta reports from Chhattishgarh for Video Volunteers.
Two anganwadi centers in Nashik, has stopped proving any healthcare services to their beneficiares, as the AWW refuses to come to the center.
Lack of adequate infrastructure, absent health workers, poor quality of drugs and non-avalalibility of medicines, are taking toll on India's public health system.