“Can I use profanity? I can’t? Then I have nothing better to say!”
As the twitteratis woke up to the news of increased metro price and the costlier-than-ever passenger fare structure, it was no longer a secret that it was not just the Aam Aadmi Party that decided to unleash their demons on centre’s “conspiracy”, even the proactive ‘aam admi’s were quick to voice their protest.
Practically! Modi ji have reduced salaries of all employees in Delhi/NCR(who used to commute via Metro) by Rs 1000/month#BJPHikesMetroFare
— Mukesh Mittal (@hallagullaboy) October 10, 2017
I guess what Modi government meant by growth in GDP was, growth in G-Gas, D-Diesel and Dollar and P-Petrol prices. And he definitely kept his promise. We cannot really blame him, can we?
— Stinger°°🇮🇳 (@imStinger01) October 10, 2017
Why spend Rs 60 to travel in a crowded metro and go places you never wanted to go in the first place (like your office), when you can pay Rs 80 for a bottle of beer and forget about the price hike instead? Jhoomna or Ghoomna, decision is yours!
— Er. Shatish Shakya (@shatish_shakya) October 10, 2017
As always, the members of the Aam Admi Party were the first ones to hop on the price-hike express and to blast the ‘conspiracy bomb’. Deputy Chief Minister, Manish Sisodia, says that the price hike is being deliberately done to benefit private taxi companies like Uber and Ola.
— Bajwa ☬ (@ShakkrPara) October 10, 2017
This Mental Health Day, let’s pray to God that we don’t get any more shocks from our government in the near future. Amen!
Meanwhile in a metro
AC पसीने आने नहीं देगा
और किराया सूखने नहीं देगा…
— ययाति भारद्वाज (@bhardwaj_yayati) October 10, 2017