Rightly said by an eighteenth century writer, Alexander Pope, "A little learning is a dangerous thing". It's high time to warn people to not send forwards because most of the times, they are unaware if the message they are sending is actually true or false.
As the police of Uttar Pradesh state uploaded a meme on Twitter warning everyone against fake news, this time, the police of Mumbai created quite a buzz on the micro-blogging social website.
Mumbai Police released a poster with a description, "Mankind didn’t come this far, to only come this far! One inappropriate ‘Forward’ can take the nation many ages ‘Backward’ #ThinkAboutIt".
The Mumbai Police Twitter handle used a stone-age man, who has a phone and a laptop, emphasising on how forwarded messages can lead to country’s development. The police of Mumbai never fails to educate its people using sarcasm at its best!
Here are few reactions of the Twitter users on the new upload.
Really make sense, your tweet always awesome, who is handling your twitter account, Hats Off 👍— Vikas Padale (@VikasPadale) July 23, 2018
@MumbaiPolice Surely has few fantastic content writers!! Kudos!! 😉😉— vinay shukla (@vinayshukla82) July 23, 2018
Is their opening in your social media team.....bcaus ur tweet are hilarious and make sense too. Grt— hifi (@Sarveshv21) July 23, 2018
Nice! Very creative. Hey whoever came up with that grahic give them a raise please.— Verus (@VerusP) July 23, 2018
Bravo! This police dept has the potential to be the best in the world if it keeps up this attitude, proud to be a Mumbaikar— maq (@Rationalmind152) July 23, 2018
Is it weird if I say I love you guys— Khushal Nandekar (@NandekarKhushal) July 23, 2018