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People across Twitter have reacted intensely to the toxicity in Delhi air. Many posted images, saying the polluted air was “choking” them.
Initially, people took to Twitter to grumble about the poor visibility and the waning air quality in Delhi. Some addressed their tweets to the government and asked them to look for a solution to combat pollution. However, users can now be seen talking about their own initiatives rather than blaming the authorities. Users can be seen taking a pledge to reduce air pollution in the capital. Social media users are also sharing how hazardously smog has amplified in the capital.
Here are some of the tweets:
#PledgeAgainstPollution Parents blamed Delhi specialists for "playing with kids' wellbeing" however they dont understand that they too are the purpose for the issue their children are enduring with!!— Ankit Kapoor (@AnkitKapoor51) November 14, 2017
Don't let your child's health get affected by the harmful smog! Pledge to reduce air pollution to safeguard your loved ones! #PledgeAgainstPollution— Sangeeta Agrawal (@sangeetaagrawa2) November 14, 2017
#PledgeAgainstPollution We all need to work together and reach a collective initiative towards safer initiatives towards saving the children from this hazard.— Ali Quli Mirza (@AliQuliMirzaAQM) November 14, 2017
More the number of vehicles and industries, the more is the contamination in the environment.— Priyanka (@magicalpriyanka) November 14, 2017
Air pollution creates an adverse effect on the overall global environment.— Ankit (@ankitlunia2011) November 14, 2017
#PledgeAgainstPollution Little angels our future Youth! future of INDIA in danger!! Schools have reopened despite a fresh spike in pollution to emergency levels!— pritha kapoor (@prithakapoor7) November 14, 2017
Right time to take this #PledgeAgainstPollution and make others also do so.— Rahul Narwar (@rahul_narwar) November 14, 2017