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Mumbai Police has a very special message for all the trouble-makers this Holi


Mumbai Police has a very special message for all the trouble-makers this Holi
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Holi and Rang Panchami are being celebrated with a lot of fervour all across the country and Mumbai is no different. Holi is one festival in which a few people try and take advantage of the situation and cause chaos. Mumbai Police has come out with a nice one liner for the same.

This one-liner was announced by the Twitter handle of CP Mumbai Police and has been retweeted by Mumbai Police. It goes on to say, “Bura na maano HOoLIgans hain! Spot them? Report them. We’ll show them some true colours. #HappyHoli #SafeHoli”

Further to this, Mumbai Police has also tweeted, “If miscreants don’t get the message, 100 pe call lagaHAAN! #HappyHoli #SafeHoli”. 

All across Maharashtra bonfires were lit on Monday night to mark Holika Dahan. Several effigies of Coronasur (which is an amalgamation of words Coronavirus and asur that means devil in English) too were set on fire and people hoped that the deadly virus destroys itself in the fire and does not spread any further than it has already done.

To ensure that Holi celebrations are carried out peacefully in the state. There are more than 40,000 police personnel deployed across Mumbai. In addition to this, personnel of the State Reserve Police Force (SRPF), Riots Control Unit, Bomb Detection and Disposal Squad, and Traffic Police have been deployed to maintain peace and to ensure that there is no unruly behaviour.

Moreover, as per police personnel, Quick Response Teams (QRTs) have also been put in place. Mumbai Police will also be making use of its extensive CCTV camera network to keep a close watch on what is happening in the city and those who are causing mischief or violating norms. Police have already said they will be dealing strictly with all the hooligans and trouble-makers.

The Mumbai Police and the Government Railway Police (GRP) are reportedly taking steps to ensure safety and order across several key stations of the city. This will include the stations at Bandra, Wadala, Dahisar, Mulund, Bhandup, Govandi, Mankhurd, Mumbra, Kurla, Mahim, Vashi, Cottan green, Mahalaxmi, Jogeshwari, and Diva.

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