Man goes to file FIR; and Mumbai Police throws him a surprise birthday party

Mumbai Police recently celebrated the birthday of a complainant after personal details revealed the particular information. The incident took place at Sakinaka Police station and the man had come to lodge an FIR. After registering his complaint, a cake was cut and pictures of the celebrations were posted on Twitter.

By: Trends Desk | New Delhi | Published: October 15, 2017 2:44 pm
Mumbai police, mumbai police twitter, mumbai police birthday celebrations, mumbai police celebrates birthday of a man, twitter reactions, indian express, indian express news The Twitter game of Mumbai Police is clearly on point. (Source: Mumbai Police/Twitter)

There is little that’s left unsaid about how amazing Mumbai Police’s Twitter account is. From posting traffic rules with a FRIENDS twist to tweeting out a heartwarming message for the furry animals on World Animal Welfare Day, the guys handling the Twitter Mumbai Police Twitter account have always managed to send across important messages and win people’s heart in the process. And in case you thought such coolness was restricted for the online persona, then you could not be more wrong. Recently, the officers at the Sakinaka Police station celebrated the birthday of a complainant after his personal details revealed that the particular information.

Yes you read that right! The man had come to lodge an FIR, and after registering his complaint, a cake was cut and pictures of the celebration were posted on Twitter on October 14. “When personal details in the FIR revealed it’s complainant Anish’s birthday, a Cake followed the FIR Copy at Sakinaka Pstn,” they wrote.

Needless to say this gesture by the Mumbai Police is winning hearts on social media and residents are justifiably proud of them. While one user wrote,”We are proud of @MumbaiPolice and it’s achievements.Love you,” another wrote “Wow very nice this proves mumbai police is the best.”

Here are some of the other reactions.

Apart from making pop culture references and showing their witty side on social media, Mumbai Police have also used the platform to send across important messages. In August this year, they had shared the Facebook post of a woman who was being stalked. They not only nabbed the man but in the post had also encouraged other women to register complaints in case they found themselves in a similar situation.

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