CAQM - where are you in Delhi severe air

SupremeCourt is on vacation so commission for air quality manahementhas forgotten that it’s responsible for controlling aqi
Wake up CAQM it’s ur job to deal with this. U guys get paid for it. Otherwise resign and go home and let Govt reduce our taxes. See attached. You guys should be up at night if city cant breathe and you should not have any purifiers in your offices so u know what commoners go through. Act and act now or resign.

Enough is enough. Its dec 22 now. more  

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Delhi Govt. has hardly any time for small jobs that affect the people who don’t vote for it. Those who vote for it are silent workers who are happy with free bees. The leadership of the Govt. is busy to find more and more people who would be impressed with their promises of freebees in election bound states. Once nature has done its job to clear the pollution, it would be the time to take credit. more  
Who the hell cares. You thinks they will resign, forget. This is also sure that they can do only common people harassment. They are not doing anything for bad roads, cleaning on sides of roads. They can never find illegal scrap burning yards which are running in Delhi. They can give only bullshit order that don't run generators when power fails. more  
Who cares ma'am. more  
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