Nikki Haley, US presidential candidate of Indian origin, calls India ‘one of the biggest polluters’; Irks netizens

Shortly after Nikki shared her post, Indian users criticized her and several netizens attacked her online.

JE World Desk: Indian-American US presidential candidate Nikki Haley on Monday, marking World Environment Day, called India “one of the biggest polluters” and sparked controversy with her comment. On June 5, Nikki took to her social media and said that to save the environment, we must confront India and China.

If we want to get serious about saving the environment, we must take on India and China. They are some of the biggest polluters.

—Nikki Haley (@NikkiHaley) June 5, 2023

“If we want to get serious about saving the environment, we need to take on India and China. They are some of the biggest polluters,” he tweeted. Shortly after sharing her post, Indian users criticized her and several netizens attacked her online.

Shailendra Malik, one of the contributors to the ‘AI book’ which was posted on social media, criticized her: “I start to believe that Indians as CEOs of different American companies are a good thing, but as politicians, they are the most useless”. .”

“Their world view and the need to prove to everyone that they can be more American than American or more British than British always forces them to talk nonsense about India without seeing the facts,” he added.

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— Sanghamitra (@mitraphoenix) June 5, 2023

Another user shared a graph of the top carbon dioxide emitting countries (showing the US as the highest) and said: “Look at your mirror first…”. while a third user asked: “Are you serious?”

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Take a look in your mirror first… pic.twitter.com/0JP06mO0iZ

—SGP (@Pillai_Sunil) June 5, 2023

I am beginning to believe that Indians as CEOs of different US companies are a good thing, but as politicians, they are the most useless personalities. Their vision of the world and the need to show everyone that they can be more American than Americans or more British than…

—Shailendra Malik (@eShailendra) June 5, 2023

Correcting his comment with a fact, one netizen wrote: “Greenhouse emissions per capita – US: 17.6 tons; India: 2.7 tons. The only thing you need to face is reality.”

“MEA should officially condemn these hypocrites. Gone are the days when anyone could say anything to India!” said another.

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