Due to an increase in the coronavirus patients, PM Modi imposed a 21-day national lockdown as a preventive measure to spread the increase of the pandemic. Consider it a surprisingly positive turn of events that the lockdown is greatly affecting the raised air pollution levels in India and the rest of the world. One of the instances of the lockdown's effect on air quality was seen on Friday when the Residents of Jalandhar, Punjab woke up to a hypnotizing sight of the Dhauladhar extend.
Not simply Jalandhar, a few other metropolitan urban cities like Delhi and Mumbai too have announced low contamination levels in the air. Furthermore, with people staying inside, animals have come to join the fun as many videos of deers, birds, peacocks, elephants, etc strolling down the street without individuals have been doing rounds on the internet.
Never seen Dhauladar range from my home rooftop in Jalandhar..never could imagine that’s possible..clear indication of the impact the pollution has done by us to Mother Earth 🌍.. this is the view pic.twitter.com/laRzP8QsZ9— Harbhajan Turbanator (@harbhajan_singh) April 3, 2020
Meanwhile, people started sharing entertaining images and jokes of the circumstance on Twitter. Some started to see 'Burj Khalifa' from their windows while some observed 'Mars' from their porch. The appreciation tweet has now become a viral image string where individuals are utilizing exaggeration to make clever images and jokes. Not simply that, some of them made a special effort to try and alter the photos with a close planetary system noticeable outside the window.
Have a look at how Twitterati have been making joke of the situation on the micro-blogging website:
Because of no pollution, I can see Himalayas from Chennai today. Nature is healing. pic.twitter.com/0nE0x4s6zY— Java Rock (@JavaRaghu) April 5, 2020
Because of no pollution, I can see this statue from shimla today. Wtf pic.twitter.com/Ch71ROkWS2— Quarantined A (@Akshat415) April 5, 2020
Because of no pollution, I can see Burj Khalifa from Noida today. Nature is healing. pic.twitter.com/YeQ1oc8tLx— Trendulkar (@Trendulkar) April 5, 2020
No one:— Ashutosh Singh (@ashusarcastic) April 5, 2020
Indians during lockdown: Due to lesser pollution ALIENS and other Galaxies are visible from earth clicked from terrace pic.twitter.com/2NQYMlOcLJ
Due to lesser pollution, I took this picture from my balcony today.— Kishan Jhunjhunwala (@Jhunjhunastic) April 5, 2020
I was in my balcony when I took this picture from Google. pic.twitter.com/VRLCMOYfrJ
Due to lesser pollution other planets are now clearly visible from earth. Picture from my backyard pic.twitter.com/PHCdVVtRrK— ✪ Veer ✪ (@ClawedHumor) April 5, 2020
Because of less air pollution I can see whole solar system from my terrace ☺️ pic.twitter.com/ZCKcamx5JN— Ansh Mishra🇮🇳 (@Sanskariii_) April 5, 2020
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