Delhi's AQI has been hazardous for four days now, and people having been raising concerns on Twitter to the point that India's top three trends are, #DelhiAirEmergency, #DelhiPollution, and #DelhiBachao.
And, in such a situation, Prakash Javadekar, Minister of Environment, Forest & Climate Change, had this tweet to share.
Start your day with music. Below is the link to a scintillating thematic composition "Swagatam" by Veena exponent Emani Sankara Sastry.https://t.co/9e4mtx6I64— Prakash Javadekar (@PrakashJavdekar) November 3, 2019
For more such compositions click onhttps://t.co/yMIlz7rrA9 #IndianMusic https://t.co/9e4mtx6I64
Twitterati took no time in trolling him for his response, while also reminding him what is more important in the current situation.
Here is our environment minister. Capital has become gas chamber. People are expecting he would come with some action plans but he is suggesting songs.— Minnat Ali مینت علی (@Minnatali10) November 3, 2019
What a solution given by the minister of environment, in a health emergency time. Wonderful.— Prasenjit Chakraborty (@PrasenjiTweets) November 3, 2019
Actually Sir, THIS is how my day started... my lungs don't have the capacity to even hum this scintillating composition!#DelhiAirEmergency#ChokingInDelhi@MRTB_India @CareForAirIndia @CBhattacharji @icareforlungs @ChintanIndia @Brikesh @SGanguly99 @bcci @ravinarajkohli pic.twitter.com/AEw8p7AnNq— Amrita Bahl, Ed.D (@amritabahl) November 3, 2019
He is our environment minister 🤔😭😂— Howdy MODIa (@rahutrue) November 3, 2019
Just stop all this and work to solve the problem of air pollution.— Sanskaari Baalak (@SanskariBaalak) November 3, 2019
. Wah wah... The City reels under smoke, Uncle ji listens to songs— Joshua Ben (@mjoshuaben) November 3, 2019
Koi Gaajar khila raha hai, koi sangeet suna raha hai. Yahan saans lena doobhar ho raha hai aur poori sarkaar alag hi tangent par hai. #DiversionaryPolitics— Ankur Tandon (@tweet_me_80) November 3, 2019
Music is magical, but even music can't solve breathing problems!