#DelhiOddEvenLogic: Chetan Bhagat gets trolled on Twitter by Kumar Vishwas

New Delhi, Dec 6: Noted author Chetan Bhagat on Saturday, Dec 5, got trolled by AAP leader Dr Kumar Vishwas on the micro-blogging site Twitter, in connection with the Delhi government's decision that odd and even number vehicles will ply on alternate days in the national capital to bring down the pollution level.

The issue was trending on number three on Twitter with #DelhiOddEvenLogic, as netizens mocked Delhi government over curbs on plying of private vehicles.

Chetan Bhagat & Kumar Vishwas

Reacting on Delhi government's decision, Bhagat tweeted:

Vishwas, who is known for his sense of humuor, lashed out at Bhagat in his signature-poetic style:

Social media site Facebook and messaging app were also flooded with messages, pictures mocking the government's decision.

From January 1, private vehicles will be allowed to run on the streets on alternate days depending on whether their licence plates end in even or odd numbers.

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Meanwhile, Delhi Police is still in dark over odd-even number decision and is yet to receive any official communication on this.

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