These hilarious tweets on Delhi-Gurgaon traffic jam prove people haven’t lost their humour despite the ordealhttps://indianexpress.com/article/trending/trending-in-india/gurgaon-traffic-delhi-ncr-twitter-2942181/

These hilarious tweets on Delhi-Gurgaon traffic jam prove people haven’t lost their humour despite the ordeal

Delhi traffic police and Gurgaon police are constantly tweeting out traffic details. Just FYI.

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People in Delhi and Gurgaon are stuck in traffic but they haven’t lost their sense of humour

Looks like Monsoon has finally bestowed Delhi-NCR with its grace but with monsoon comes a heavy price to pay. Traffic. Thanks to the roads that are flooded and traffic rules that no one seems to care about. Roads in the capital and NCR are clogged and traffic jams are driving people crazy. Most of them are wishing they had never left home today and people in Gurgaon are actually wishing they never existed because cars are moving at a speed of 1km per 4 hours and even 6 hours.

Delhi traffic police and Gurgaon police are constantly tweeting out traffic details. In fact, Gurgaon police have asked people to “avoid coming to Gurgaon to avoid getting stuck in traffic due to flooding of roads”. And just so you know, students are having a ball amid the chaos because the Haryana government has announced holidays for July 29 and 30.

People took to Twitter to share their anger, disappointment, and frustration at the situation. Some of them are even sharing traffic details for fellow passengers. And some are just busy cracking jokes blaming Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal and Haryana CM Manohar Lal Khattar.

The most hilarious joke that’s doing the rounds is how Haryana CM blames Delhi CM for Gurgaon’s traffic situation.

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Okay, jokes apart, the situation is indeed grim and our sympathies with the passengers who couldn’t make it in time for work or other important engagements.