“Ashamed To Be Called An Indian”: New Jersey Road Covered In Trash After Diwali Celebration

Diwali is the biggest celebration for Indians, on this day people dance, sing, and joy together all over the world. But not everything goes as planned, especially if you celebrate like wild people.

The Diwali celebration in New Jersey, USA, turned out to be one of the messiest celebrations by Indians all over the world.

In videos and images that were shared on Social Media, you can see how messy the streets were and how full they were with trash.

Smoke was also seen in the sky, after Indians used fireworks and other burning substances during their Diwali celebration.

A video that was shared on social media shows the India Square, which is a commercial district in the Journal Square and Marion Section Neighborhoods Jersey City, left full with trash after the 2019 Diwali Celebrations.

Another video shows people standing on the roadside as water is used to clean the huge amount of trash littered on the road.

In the video, you can also see a police car patrolling the area.

Sandhya, a Twitter user, shared the video on social media.

Sandhya said, “Ashamed to be called an Indian. Hats off to NJ Police handling the mess Very professionally.”

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