Gautam Gambhir, the Indian cricketer is known for his outspoken attitude. He never misses an opportunity to take a stand against wrong without mincing his words. Every now and then we get to witness him taking stand and speaking his mind on twitter and in real world as well,especially when it comes to politics.

Recently, concerned by the alarming rate of pollution in Delhi. Gautam Gambhir took to twitter and slammed Arvind Kejriwal and his party AAP, with his tweet over rising pollution in Delhi.

In his tweet, Gautam took a hilarious jibe at the CM first and then slammed him and his for not fulfilling their promises to eradicate pollution and dengue from Delhi. He accused him for his ‘fake promises’ and asked him to ‘wake up’.

Here, have a look at the tweet of Gautam Gambhir :

The tweet read:
” “दर्दे दिल, दर्दे जिगर दिल्ली में जगाया AAP ने, पहले तो यहाँ Oxygen था, Oxygen भगाया AAP ने।” our generations are going up in smoke like your false promises. U had 1 full year to tame dengue &pollution, sadly you couldn’t control either. Wake up!!!”

Talking about the pollution in Delhi, smog and dust are continuing to blanket the city, while the air quality in many areas has fell to ‘severe’ category. More than 17 areas in Delhi recorded severe air quality, the data said. Ghaziabad has acquired the worst air quality results in the entire NCR-Delhi region.

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NATIONAL | Delhi: Pollution complaints can now be lodged on social media Details: The Supreme Court on Monday has directed the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) to “immediately” create an account for Citizens in Delhi-NCR to lodge complaints about pollution on social media. A bench headed by Justice Madan B Lokur passed this direction after advocate Aparajita Singh, assisting the court as an amicus curiae, raised this point which was supported by the CPCB. Singh told the court, which also comprised Justices S Abdul Nazeer and Deepak Gupta, that a “transparent system” was needed so that people could lodge their complaints on Twitter or Facebook so that the authorities concerned could act upon them. #DelhiAirPollution #Delhi #DelhiPollution #India #pollution #AirPollution #SupremeCourt #pratidintime

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Meanwhile according to a report by World Health Organization (WHO) around 3 million deaths in a year are linked to outdoor air pollution. The government really needs to take some serious preventive steps in order to stop the air pollution.

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