Delhi choked with toxic smog as air quality worsens

For almost a week the Indian capital has been choked with toxic smog. Hospital admissions have spiked. Authorities have taken extraordinary measures to improve air quality.

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    For almost a week the Indian capital has been choked with toxic smog.

    Hospital admissions have spiked. Authorities have taken extraordinary measures to improve air quality.

    But Indians say this has been plaguing Delhi for years. And they want government leaders to act.

    Al Jazeera's Mereana Hond reports.


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