Mumbai Police has, time and again, proven that when it comes to issuing warnings and maintaining law, peace and order, nobody can be as sassy as its Twitter handle team. Over time, with its impressive pop-culture and Bollywood references, the Twitter team has come to be one of the favourite change-makers on social media, as Twitter users have themselves pointed out at times. Interestingly, the team seems to have upped its social media game and now seems set on using hashtags to get people’s attention. While recently, it was a set of interesting Bollywood posters with the hashtag #IfItWasntForReel that Mumbai Police’s Twitter handle engaged people with, now they are using the hashtag #DontAppAndDrive to emphasise on the obvious — “Don’t use your phones to check messages, WhatsApp, Facebook and Instagram.”
Here are the latest tweets that has garnered people’s attention on Twitter.
— Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) January 23, 2018
— Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) January 22, 2018
Here is how most people have reacted to the tweets. Notice the incredible pun on WhatsApp’s ‘last seen’ one Twitter user attempted.
This is spot on!! Thanks for being relevant! #MumbaiPoliceIsHipster 🙌🏼
— Nabh (@GroovyGyani) January 23, 2018
or don’t make it to ‘laash seen’
— Nikhil Mane 🏏🇦🇺 (@nikhiltait) January 22, 2018
Awesome creativity. This handle has tweeted some cool creative awarenesa messages👍
— Bhushan Patil (@BhushanPatill) January 22, 2018
This slogan gets Thumbs up!
— Queeni Meghani (@queenimeghani) January 22, 2018
Very creative @MumbaiPolice 👍👍👍
— Anand Nargundkar (@AnandNargundkar) January 22, 2018