Concerned citizens took to Twitter to share their views on how a certain section of the society is still inconsiderate about the environment. Take a look.
#DelhiChokes Really a shameful act.. despite so much campaigning and awareness… Delhi is still choking…. They are just f**king the environment….😡😡😡🤬🤬#AirPollution #DelhiNCR #diwalidilliki #DelhiKiDiwali pic.twitter.com/qjXX6pI57I— Sudhir Kumar – SMO Expert India (@smoexpertindia) October 28, 2019
Even after strict #SupremeCourt guidelines, firecrackers could be heard whole #Diwali— Yadav Chandan🇮🇳 (@krchandan) October 28, 2019
Night making #Delhi a veritable gas chamber after fireworks. Innovista, the @IndiaToday@aajtak Innovation Lab, has rolled out a live pollution tracker. 1/2#DelhiChokes #DilliKiDiwali pic.twitter.com/6LCJuj429Z
#DelhiChokes— Nishant6144 (@nishant6144) October 28, 2019
Air quality “very poor” in Delhi post Diwali .
When Ram came back to ayodhya , it was lit up with candles and lamps not with #CrackersWaliDiwali
My hindu friends plz get out from this stereotypical thinking….
NOTE : Not only Hindus but to everyone who does so. pic.twitter.com/nLpTbV9orF
The only Diwali gift I want is fresh air and clean oxygen.#DelhiChokes— अमन🇮🇳 (@TheAlteria) October 28, 2019
#DelhiChokes— Chandan 🇮🇳 (@ChandanKrSahay) October 28, 2019
A one sided targeted ban won’t help curb pollution in Delhi. Other cities also celebrate #Diwali with full gusto but pollution level don’t rise there much bcoz they care about environment 365 days an year. They won’t take out activism Jhanda only on Hindu Festivals
I think its STUPIDITY to great levels….2 first burst fire crackers,d next day CRY dat air pollution levels have risen & ask what to do. Not cool #delhi. IF YOU BURN CRACKERS, U HAVE NO RIGHT TO COMPLAIN ABOUT UR CHILDREN’S NASAL ALLERGY.#DelhiChokes #delhifightspollution ghanta— Sitaksh Chhabra (@sitakshchhabra) October 27, 2019