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NEW DELHI: Congress vice president today borrowed song lyrics by Shahryar (to describe the hazardous pollution levels in northern India and the inaction by all responsible parties in dealing with it.
“सीने में जलन, आँखों में तूफ़ान सा क्यों है इस शहर में हर शख़्स परेशान सा क्यों है? क्या बताएँगे साहेब, सब जानकर अंजान क्यों हैं?,” tweeted Rahul quoting a song from the 1978 film ‘Gaman’.
“People’s throats are burning and their eyes are stormy, why is in everyone in this town so upset?
Would you tell me, sir, why is that everyone knows why and still pretends not to know?”, is what the lyrics translate to.
The Congress leader certainly picked appropriate lyrics. Delhi-NCR and much of northern India have been battling deadly smog for a week npw. Pollution due vehicle emissions, industry and construction activity has been exacerbated by the burning of crop stubble in Punjab and Haryana.
Delhi’s AAP government blames the BJP government in Haryana and the Congress government in Punjab. Haryana’s chief minister ML Khattar has not commented on the issue. And Punjab’s chief minister Amarinder Singh, in turn, has blamed the BJP-led NDA government at the Centre.
In fact, Kejriwal and Singh got into a Twitter spat last week over the issue of crop residue burning. Singh firmly conveyed there’s nothing he can do to ease the situation and said a solution has to come from the Centre. Kejriwal asked if they can just talk. And Singh rebuffed him, reiterating that Punjab is “helpless”.
Last Wednesday, Kejriwal tweeted saying he was trying to make appointments with the chief ministers of Punjab and Haryana for meetings to discuss a solution to the problem.
My office continuously trying to take time from CMs of Punjab n Haryana for me to meet the two CMs. Its an emergency
— Arvind Kejriwal (@ArvindKejriwal)
Kejriwal’s tweet prompted Singh to snap back.
“Centre alone can solve the problem given its national implications,” Singh tweeted.
Situation is serious but Punjab helpless as problem is widespread & state has no money to compensate farmers for stubble management (1/2).
— Capt.Amarinder Singh (@capt_amarinder)