Poll: Should Sports Events Be Banned in Delhi During Smog?
The Sri Lankan players have had a tough time during the third Test against India in New Delhi.
The Sri Lankan players have had a tough time during the third Test against India in New Delhi.(Photo: AP)

Poll: Should Sports Events Be Banned in Delhi During Smog?

The air pollution in the National Capital has taken a heavy toll on the ongoing third Test between India and Sri Lanka. Do you think sports events should continue to be held in Delhi NCR as long as the smog is on? Take our poll:

With air pollution levels hitting deadly levels of 205 (PM 2.5) on Day 2, several Sri Lankan players were seen battling nausea as they wore masks in a bid to fend off the bad air.

Also Read : Delhi Can Learn From Other Megacities to Clear Its Toxic Smog

On Day 4 of the Test, Sri Lanka’s fast bowler Suranga Lakmal and India’s speedster Mohammed Shami vomited on the field.

Also Read : In Pics: Sri Lanka’s Pollution Affliction Forces Virat to Declare

(Breathe In, Breathe Out: Are you finding it tough to breathe polluted air? Join hands with FIT in partnership with #MyRightToBreathe to find a solution to pollution. Send in your suggestions to fit@thequint.com or WhatsApp @ +919999008335)

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