Indian Farmers Arrested for Starting Fires That Contributed to Pollution

More than 80 farmers have been arrested in northern India for starting fires that contributed to the recent pollution crisis in New Delhi and other cities

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Tiny particles from the fires, which can enter the bloodstream and penetrate the lungs and heart, get blown over New Delhi.

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AFP with additional input by GVS News Desk.


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