Mumbai police’s social media campaigns have impressed many in the recent past. After ‘Stranger Things’ and ‘F.R.I.E.N.D.S’ references, Mumbai police is now spreading important messages with adorable photos of babies. With hashtag #ChildrenKnowItTheBest, they are celebrating the Children’s Day week with hilarious baby memes, not just spreading smiles but also making sure their message is catered to the citizens.
Perhaps, impressed by children’s innocence and their pure intention to teach a lesson to those who involve themselves in wrongdoings, the cops are also using #BachchePoliceBulayenge to let elders know how embarrassing it is to be corrected by children.
From memes on jumping the red light to cybersecurity, these have left everyone in splits.
— Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) November 17, 2017
— Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) November 16, 2017
Apart from memes, they collaborated with Cartoon Network to launch the campaign with two cute videos.
— Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) November 15, 2017
— Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) November 14, 2017
While many liked the initiative, others came up with suggestion about things that should be included. Here’s what Tweeple had to say about the new campaign:
Dear Team, Why dont you publish best driving practices, meaning of symbols, signs on road through Tweets.Also publish vital statistics regarding road accidents to increase awareness..just a thought
— Sachin Shingote (@sachinshingote) November 17, 2017
Like the tweeter campaigns on safety and traffic rules run by @MumbaiPolice . Keep it up..
— Being Indian 🇮🇳🐦 (@BeingPaks) November 17, 2017
U guys are really great! Spreading awareness with humor😀
— Sharvi Bhansali (@sharvi_bhansali) November 16, 2017
Compliments to @CPMumbaiPolice for using baby’s innocent picture that even a baby won’t tell you the password . Very effective .
Let’s BE SAFE THAN SORRY
— ULHAS H CHITHARIA (@ULHASCHITHARIA) November 16, 2017
Please also take some steps for cyclist safety and rash driving specially of rickshaws … Donot feel safe on the streets anymore
— Shrey Desai (@maniac_cyclist) November 15, 2017
Good initiative to train children’s with the help of cartoons. Parents pls show this video to your kids, just don’t keep it with you.
— Adv Raj Vundru (@expressideas) November 15, 2017
Haha!! Majedaar👌 nice msg through good medium 👍😀😇
— Smit Jethwa (@jethwa_smit) November 14, 2017
Excellent. Have similar one for using turn indicator well before you turn, procedure for changing lane.
— Ravi (@JRavichandran) November 14, 2017
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