The decadence of Diwali is over. Now, it’s time for the smog. Come Monday morning, Delhi found itself reeling under the effects of last nights revelries.
Needless to say, Tweeples, the good samaritans that they are, were quick to react to the smoky new development. #Smog started trending on Twitter, morning after Diwali, and it is safe to say, people are angry.
Here are some of the best reactions.
A ‘Not So Happy’ Diwali?
Many complained about lowered visibility
On any other day, the trees & the distant building are visibleOctober 31, 2016
The anger seems justifiable…
Diwali: “festival of increasing pollution”October 31, 2016
Some used sarcasm to express themselves
Some political mudslinging of course ensued
Actual deshdrohi are bhakts. Heard sound of crackers till 2:00 am despite SC order. They don’t believe in law of land. #Smog— दलित एकता (@invincisachin) October 31, 2016
Our capital is governed by a govt that’s not serious enough to make sure rules are made and followed by the public. #delhipollution— Ayyuck! (@ay_yuck) October 31, 2016
Many opined that banning fire crackers was the only solution
unless production, sales of polluting crackers are banned,& industries,shopkeepers made accountable, we can live with smog. #delhipollution— g.arunima (@anuarunima1) October 31, 2016
And finally, this Tweeple voiced everyone’s concern
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