Twitter users belonging Aam Aadmi Party and its rivals on Tuesday crossed swords over the second phase of Delhi’s car-rationing Odd-Even scheme.
Kejriwal’s detractors to microblogging site to blame the Delhi chief minister, Arvind Kejriwal, for the alleged failure of Odd-Even scheme in its phase two as commuters complained of paying exorbitant fares to app-based taxis.
Delhi chief minister was quick to take note of complaints and ordered to impound taxis, which were found to be charging more than the prescribed rates.
But, that was not enough for him invite criticism on twitter.
Here is how Kejriwal’s political opponents reacted on twitter:
Every morning Dilli worries about which car to take, will they get auto, how much will they have to pay? All thanks to #TughlaqCMKejriwal.
— Amit Malviya (@malviyamit) April 19, 2016
— aman ka tamasha (@ExSecular) April 19, 2016
— Satish Upadhyay (@upadhyaysbjp) April 19, 2016
Three things in #TughlaqCMKejriwal life are important.The first is to be lie.The second is to be Lie .And the third is to be Lie…😂😉
— Niraj Verma (@INirajVerma) April 19, 2016
Faced with this criticism, the AAP supporters wasted no time in responding to their critics by launching counter twitter trend #WorstPMModi. This became the top national trend.
Here is how twitter users reacted to the counter trend;
— Sanjay Jha (@JhaSanjay) April 19, 2016
— Geet Varun (@geetv79) April 19, 2016
— Rahis Khan (@rahiskhan77) April 19, 2016
Bullet Train 👎
Black Money 👎
15 Lakh 👎
Acche Din 👎#WorstPMModi
— Vinay Kumar Dokania (@vinaydokania) April 19, 2016
Asaram in jail, Ramdev became businessman. Nobody to take up empty slots on TV so Modiji started giving Parvachan. #WorstPMModi
— Rotdu Bhakt (@AarBie_) April 19, 2016
Suiciding farmers, waterless regions, lathi charged students, hunger striking soldiers, striking jewelers, free falling rupee..#WorstPMModi
— DrVatsa (@DocVatsa) April 19, 2016
Though the supporters of Prime Minister Modi attempted to launch their own counter by tweeting with #BestPMModi. But, it didn’t appear to take off in the absence of support from sizeable number of twitter users.