Days after skipping the high-level meeting to discuss the rising air pollution, cricketer-turned-politician Gautam Gambhir ‘missing’ posters were spotted in Delhi.
'Last seen eating jalebis in Indore': Missing posters of Gautam Gambhir crop up in Delhi— ANI Digital (@ani_digital) November 17, 2019
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The poster read: “Have you seen him? He was last spotted having jalebis at the Indore cricket stadium. The entire Delhi is looking for him”.
Gambhir drew flak from all corners after he missed the meeting and instead, attended a match in Indore.
He then tweeted and attacked the ‘trolls’ for launching an unnecessary attack on him:
My work will speak for itself!— Gautam Gambhir (@GautamGambhir) November 15, 2019
P.S. Agar mujhe gaali dene se Dilli ka pollution kam hoga to AAP jee bhar ke gaali dijiye. cc: Trolls pic.twitter.com/bRyYoFB02c
Gambhir wasn’t the only one missing from the meeting; DDA vice-chairman Tarun Kapoor and all three MCD commissioners were also absent from the same.
The meeting was held after the Supreme Court pulled up Delhi’s government over its ‘Odd-Even’ rule to tackle the air pollution crisis, saying it was ‘half-baked’ and its implementation had no effect on rising pollution rates.
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