Winters are almost came and smog almost covers Delhi. The pollution in Delhi crossed the all levels. People in the morning woke up to a blanket of haze and reduced the visibility. While people of Delhi are probably having a hard time trying to find the way through the smog of haze.
Arvind Kejriwal, Chief Minister of Delhi described capital Delhi as a Gas chamber. He attributed the risen pollution to the crop burning in states like Punjab and Haryana.
And like every issue in the India shifts to the Internet trolls these days. So the hashtag #smog is trending on Twitter.
Some people condemned the careless nature of people who had celebrated Diwali this year with firecrackers, while others turned it in a joke on the Twitter.
“Today everyone in Delhi can ask to each other “jaanta hai mera baap kaun hai” as person standing in front of them isn’t visible” there were some top and light heated reactions with the hashtag #DelhiSmog on social media.
Mr. India doesn’t need his watch in Delhi. No one can see anything anyway. #Smog
— SAGAR (@sagarcasm) November 7, 2017
Delhiite 1: tu jaanta nahi mera baap kaun hai
Delhiite 2: abey pehle ye bata tu kaun hai..kuch dikhai nahi de raha bc #smog
— InGenious (@Bees_Kut) November 7, 2017
— Laugh India🐦 (@LaughIndia) November 7, 2017
Life is short.
If you are in Delhi
Life is VERY short#smog
— Anshu Mor (@anshuMor) November 7, 2017
Today everyone in Delhi can ask each other “jaanta hai mera baap kaun hai” as person standing in front of them isn’t visible #smog
— MazelTov (@runjhunmehrotra) November 7, 2017
Right now you will feel like john cena if you are in delhi . #Smog
— Hunट₹₹ ♂ (@nickhunterr) November 7, 2017
Who was celebrating Guy Fawkes day in Delhi? #smog
— Pradeep Sethi (@pradeepsethi) November 7, 2017
Do you smoke? NO, I live in Delhi#Smog
— aman sanduja (@iamsanduja) November 7, 2017
— Sreeparnaa Chaudhury (@blowfish_07) November 7, 2017