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Chetan Bhagat gets trolled on Delhi’s odd-even formula

Tweeples don't take much of a shine to author Chetan Bhagat, and trolling him seems to be quite a hobby.

By: Express Web Desk |
Updated: December 5, 2015 6:20:00 pm
Source: Twitter Source: Twitter

Tweeples don’t take much of a shine to author Chetan Bhagat, and trolling him seems to be quite a hobby. So, as soon as he tweeted against the Delhi government’s odd even rule to cut down pollution in the city, a majority of Twitterati criticised him for his opinion.

Though, others on social media have also raised concerns over its implementation in the long run after a two-week trial stage, Bhagat’s statement didn’t go down well with many. According to the ‘Two States’ author, the move will halt productivity. “At a time when we need economic growth and jobs, somebody decides to get half the vehicles off the roads and destroy productivity. Nice,” he wrote.

And the people on social media couldn’t wait to respond.

His idea got so widely shared that AAP leader Kumar Vishwas retweeted his post adding a comment ‘Judge of Aaja Nachle’.

To which, he quickly responded.

Also, this is not the first time Bhagat got trolled on Twitter. Last month, he mocked historians that angered people on social media, and the author was denigrated for the same.

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