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COVID-19: Maharashtra Police Constable Breaks Into Song To Urge People To Stay Indoors

Maharashtra Home Minister recently shared a video of Maharashtra police singing the popular song, ‘Zindagi Maut Na Ban Jaye’ to encourage people to stay indoors


Maharashtra Home Minister, Anil Deshmukh recently shared a video of Maharashtra police singing the popular song from Safrosh, ‘Zindagi Maut Na Ban Jaye’ in order to urge people to stay at home and practice social distancing. Prime Minister Narendra Modi had announced a nationwide lockdown until April 14 to contain the spread of deadly coronavirus and to contribute to the same efforts, the police officials made a “musical demand” to all the residents to remain indoors.

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‘Salute to efforts’

As the number of infections in India reaches 987 with at least 25 deaths and 87 recovered, the effort made by Maharashtra Police was widely applauded by netizens. From calling it “musical demand” to “best approach” the Twitter users hailed the ‘creativity in hard times’. The video has already garnered over 13 thousand views and more than two thousand likes. One of the internet users also said "salute to efforts" of the people who are battling the pandemic.

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