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Pune police’s savage tweet on number plate displaying crown image is hilarious

"Whoever is handling the account, deserves appreciation," tweeted a user while commenting on the viral post.

By: Trends Desk | New Delhi | Updated: January 7, 2020 8:49:35 pm
pune police, pune police viral tweet, pune, twitter reactions, social media pune police According to the Motor Vehicle Act Rule 50 and 51, fancy lettering and names, pictures and arts are not permitted and should not be displayed.

While police departments across India have started using social media as an effective way to communicate with the public and spread awareness using trending memes, formats and concepts, the team behind the official Pune Police Twitter handle seems to have taken their social media game a notch higher with their latest post.

Retweeting a picture of a scooter with a fanciful number plate personalised with an image of a crown, they wrote, “His highness will, unfortunately, have to oblige us with a Challan soon!” According to the Motor Vehicle Act Rule 50 and 51, fancy lettering and names, pictures and arts are not permitted and should not be displayed.

The tweet, which quickly went viral, prompted many reactions from netizens. “Whoever is handling the account, deserves appreciation,” tweeted a user while commenting on the viral post.

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