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Video: Delhi Police Officer Pays Musical Tribute To Essential Workers Amid COVID-19 Crisis

A Delhi Police official Rajat Rathor’s video of singing the new version of B Praak’s song Teri Mitti for Akshay’s Kumar’s film is breaking the internet.

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A Delhi Police official Rajat Rathor’s video of singing the new version of B Praak’s song Teri Mitti for Akshay’s Kumar’s film is breaking the internet. In a musical tribute to all those who are fighting the deadly coronavirus pandemic on the frontlines, the lyrics of the original song were changed recently and Rathor’s soulful voice is being widely appreciated on the various social media platforms. In the viral video, the police officer can be seen dressed in his uniform, playing the guitar and singing the song that has already moved millions. 

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'Lovely voice'

The internet users are lauding the "lovely voice" of Rathor and even thanked the Delhi Police for their service amid these time of coronavirus outbreak and ensuring that citizens follow the lockdown rules. Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced that the nation would be under a lockdown until May 3 to curb the further spread of deadly COVID-19 disease that has infected over three million people in the world. As of April 29, India has confirmed 31,324 cases of coronavirus infections with over a thousand fatalities. Amid the gloominess of increasing infections and deaths, Rathor's video is being hailed on the internet. One Facebook user wrote, "Awesome! Voice bhai" while someone else said, "Jai Hind Delhi Police".

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Image Source: Rajat Rathor/Facebook

 

 

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