Delhi's odd-even number formula: Chetan Bhagat trolled by Kumar Vishwas on Twitter

Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday said the city government was forced to take the "drastic step" of only allowing private vehicles on alternate days

Last Updated: Dec 06, 2015, 00:49 AM IST
Delhi's odd-even number formula: Chetan Bhagat trolled by Kumar Vishwas on Twitter

New Delhi: To curb unbridled pollution in the national capital that has assumed "critical" level, Delhi Government on Friday announced that private vehicles bearing odd and even registration numbers will be allowed to ply only on alternate days starting January 1, which drew mixed reactions.

Kejriwal government's new decision drew mixed reactions with some supporting it, whereas some slamming the move.

Celebrated author Chetan Bhagat faced intense backlash from AAP leader Kumar Vishwas following his remarks on Delhi government's decision.

Reacting to the decision Bhagat tweeted:

AAP leader Kumar Vihwas took strong objection to Bhagat's comments and said: "आजा नच लै न्यायाधीश"

"सिद्ध कर दिया कि "भगत" लोग "चेतन" हो कर भी "जड़" ही हैं "

"व्यंग्य of @VyangyaPuraan Three-Much Take it easy दोस्त @chetan_bhagat कभी तो चेतन रहो "

Replying to Vishwas' comments, Chetan wrote:

"Wow. Really classy how our elected lawmakers act sometimes. Personal attacks when no logical arguments exist."