Gurugram is the most polluted city in the world. And guess why it’s funny?

Gurugram is the most polluted city in the world. And guess why it’s funny?

Apart from having most numbers of Toyota Fortuner, what does Gurugram have in ample amount?
No. Not honour killing.
It’s air pollution. That's not me throwing jokes in the air. That’s what the annual report of Greenpeace says. Greenpeace is a non-profit organization working in the field of environment (No-pun intended). In simple words: rapes, kidnapping, road rage, gang fights are no more the only dangerous thing about Gurugram.
According to the reports, India has secured a total of 15 ranks in the list of 20 most polluted cities. Looks like it is the only thing that India has secured in these days. Out of the 10 most polluted cities, India has 7. Out of the 10 most prestigious universities, India has none (Greenpeace didn’t report the University thing, I just wrote for my own contentment).
And our neighboring Pakistan is not competing us just for claiming over the territory of Kashmir. It is also contesting us when it comes to pollution. Out the 10 most polluted cities in the world, Pakistan has 2 (Like claiming over Kashmir, we beat Pakistan there, too). So India got 7, Pakistan got 2. Guess who got the remaining one? No. Not Bangladesh. We don’t want to love triangles everywhere. It’s China who got the remaining one.
Here is the list:
  1.     Gurugram
  2.     Ghaziabad
  3.     Faisalabad
  4.     Faridabad
  5.     Bhiwadi
  6.     Noida
  7.     Patna
  8.     Hotan
  9.     Lucknow
  10.     Lahore
If you are wondering where is Delhi, its in the heart of India. Just Kidding, it’s on11th number in the list.
So, If you are a girl living in Gurugram, how come you are reading this? I mean kidnapped girls often don’t get such luxuries. And if you are a boy living in Gurugram and lucky enough that you didn’t get hit by a drunk rich teenage’s Scorpio/Fortuner, still there is no reason to celebrate. Because eventually, you will die of inhaling the Gurugram air.

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