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Check Mumbai Police's epic reply to man wanting to meet girlfriend amidst COVID-19 restrictions

This time around, the official Twitter account of Mumbai Police had a witty, befitting reply when a man tweeted, tagging Mumbai Police asking to meet his girlfriend during the pandemic.

Check Mumbai Police's epic reply to man wanting to meet girlfriend amidst COVID-19 restrictions
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The social handle of Mumbai Police is known for its funny, eccentric side, especially when it comes to using movie references or warning people against going out amidst the pandemic.

This time around, the official Twitter account of Mumbai Police had a witty, befitting reply when a man tweeted, tagging Mumbai Police asking to meet his girlfriend during the pandemic as he was missing her.

Social media user Ashwin Vinod wrote, "@MumbaiPolice what sticker should I use in order to go out and meet my girlfriend? I miss her". On coming across the tweet, Mumbai Police stated, "We understand it’s essential for you sir but unfortunately it doesn’t fall under our essentials or emergency categories! Distance makes the heart grow fonder & currently, you healthier... P.S. We wish you lifetime together. This is just a phase."

Mumbai Police had earlier introduced colour-coded stickers for vehicles in the city to limit vehicular traffic on Mumbai roads and to allow vehicles related to essential services to travel with more ease amidst the COVID-19 restrictions. This decision comes as traffic snarls at entry and exit points of Mumbai city and is seen during peak hours despite having imposed lockdown like restrictions.

Moreover, a day after the Mumbai Police made it mandatory for vehicles engaged in emergency and essential services to have colour code stickers, Commissioner of Police (CP) Hemant Nagrale visited the main entry points of the city at Dahisar and Mulund toll plazas and distributed stickers to motorists.

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