Guy boldly exposes helmetless cops riding a scooter, here’s how Mumbai police responds!

The Mumbai Police is the police force responsible for maintaining law and order in the city of Mumbai, which is the capital city of the state of Maharashtra in India. It is one of the largest police forces in the country, with roughly more than 40,000 personnel.

The Mumbai Police is headed by the Commissioner of Police, who is appointed by the state government. The force is divided into several departments, including Crime Branch, Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS), Traffic Police, and Special Branch.

The Mumbai Police is known for its efficiency and has been involved in several high-profile cases, including the 1993 Bombay bombings and the 2008 Mumbai attacks. The force is also active on social media and has won several awards for its use of technology and innovative initiatives.

Mumbai Police is quite active on social media portals. Every now and then, Mumbai Police posts content which is not only informative but also piques the attention of social media users. We have seen several tweets of Mumbai Police going viral on the internet.

Moreover, they also post about trending topics and educate people in the right way. On the other end of the spectrum, there were some instances of Mumbai police giving witty replies to social media users. 

Mumbai Police Responds After Man Shares Pic Of 2 Policewomen riding Scooty without Helmets

Meanwhile, one of the Twitter users shared a picture of two Policewomen riding Scooty without helmets in the first place. The picture of the same went viral on social media portals. The tweet also caught the attention of the Mumbai Police.

“MH01ED0659 What if we travel like this?? Isn’t this a traffic rule violation? @MumbaiPolice @mieknathshinde @Dev_Fadnavis,” Rahul Barman (@RahulB__007) tweeted

Responding to Barman’s tweet, the Mumbai traffic police asked the user to share the location of the road where the picture was taken and Barman wrote, “Eastern Express Highway (Dadar)”. Police responded in an update, “We have shared this with a senior official of the Matunga traffic division for necessary stern actions.”

Meanwhile, several commenters went on to argue that the traffic police could issue an e-challan directly as the number plate of the police personnel’s scooter was clearly visible in the photo.

“U can see number plate and issue e-challan. While imposing fine and collecting bribe from normal people do you ask for their location? U simply click their image and issue challans right? 😡 ” wrote a Twitter user.