A quip from the Pune metropolis police in reply to a Twitter consumer ‘thanking’ them for issuing him a site visitors violation challan is getting quite a lot of consideration.
A Twitter consumer, Melvin Cherian, whose deal with identifies him because the co-owner of a health-tech agency, posted a photograph of the site visitors challan on the micro-blogging web site tagging the Pune police. The photograph reveals him using a motorbike with no helmet. Cherian stated within the tweet, “Thanks Pune Police. I look good. I’ll pay the challan although.”
The Pune police shortly replied outwitting him, “Positive. P.S: A black helmet will go very nicely with that good black jacket although. #WearAHelmet.” To which Cherian later replied, “Sure Sir.”
— पुणे शहर पोलीस (@PuneCityPolice) December 7, 2022
Notably, the Pune police lately introduced on Twitter that they’ve launched a devoted drive to take motion towards bikes having modified silencers that trigger quite a lot of noise air pollution.
#PunePolice points a STERN WARNING throughout platforms to Bikers modifying bike silencers,inflicting NOISE POLLUTION
🔴A standard excuse when caught is ‘I wasn’t conscious’
🔴BE INFORMED: We’ll Difficulty Challans + Seize the Silencers
नागरिकांनो COMMENTS मध्ये आणखी कारवाईसाठी रस्ते दाखवू शकता
— पुणे शहर पोलीस (@PuneCityPolice) November 28, 2022
Because the starting of the second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic, the Pune police have been operating Twitter campaigns devoted to a variety of topics. Whereas some sequence use memes, hashtags, and trending matters to create consciousness about Covid-appropriate behaviour, some others are devoted to capturing the lighter and extra candid moments from the police deployment.
A few of the Twitter campaigns have launched folks to numerous elements of policing like police transport, police communication, beat marshals, canine squad, fast response groups (QRTs), registration of FIRs, and anti-eve teasing squad, amongst others. A number of different campaigns are devoted to core security and safety points like cybercrimes, crimes towards ladies, kids and the aged, and drug abuse.