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Mumbai Police Officers Share What They Would Do If They Could Stay Home For 21 Days

Mumbai police on April 9 took to twitter to highlight the sacrifice that its officers were making in order to keep the city safe amid coronavirus pandemic.

Mumbai Police shares what they had done had they been home amid COVID-19 lockdown

Mumbai police on April 9 took to twitter to highlight the sacrifice that its officers were making in order to keep the city safe amid coronavirus pandemic. The police department uploaded a short clip which featured a few of their servicepersons revealing what they would have done had they been given the privilege of being home. From watching movies to playing with pets to spending time with friends and family, the officers had a lot to tell.

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'Simple Wishes. Right?'

The text written in the video also urged citizens to help the police department in "fulfil their biggest wish that is to keep Mumbai safe from all evils including coronavirus." The clip received over 1,112 thousand views in just a few hours. Along with that, it also garnered appreciation from netizens. Bollywood actor Suneil Shetty also joined the conversation dubbing them as ' heroes' 

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