Gautam Gambhir Responds To Critics Amid Delhi Pollution Meet Row

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Gautam Gambhir responded to critics who earlier slammed him for skipping a meeting regarding the rising levels of pollution and attending India-B'desh match

Written By Jitesh Vachhatani | Mumbai | Updated On:

Bharatiya Janata Party MP Gautam Gambhir, on Friday, took to Twitter to respond to critics who earlier slammed him for attending the cricket match between India and Bangladesh on Saturday and allegedly skipping a meeting regarding the rising levels of pollution in Delhi. Gambhir, in his Twitter post, highlighted his achievements so far and what all he plans to do in the next 4.5 years of his tenure. The BJP MP from East Delhi also mentioned that he sits in his office from 11 am and does not leave until the grievances of people have been addressed. Towards the end of his message, Gautam Gambhir also took a dig at the Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal and said that people of Delhi will judge him by his work and not by the false propaganda spread by minions of the 'honest CM' of Delhi. 

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Gambhir's Response 

AAP takes a dig at Gautam Gambhir

Former Indian cricketer and commentator VVS Laxman had earlier shared pictures with Gautam Gambhir as the duo are seen eating 'pohe and jalebi' during the match. The AAP took to Twitter to take a dig at Gautam Gambhir, who has been very vocal about the rising pollution levels in the country's capital and challenged Gautam Gambhir to stop playing the blame game and attend the meetings. Further, the AAP alleged that strict action should be taken on all the absentees as it amounts to contempt of court. 

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