With the lockdown extended until May 17 to stem the transmission of the novel COVID-19 disease, the Mumbai Police took to its official Twitter handle to remind the residents of their priorities in another witty meme. With a picture of the Ludo board game that depicted all tokens confined in the colourful home areas, Mumbai police wrote adjacent to the board, “The safest place to be is in..” with a hashtag #TakingonCorona.
The meme has sparked jitters of laughter on the internet as users lauded the “creative aspect” of the warnings that the Mumbai Police posted to remind the lockdown violators to stay-at-home. “Whoever is handling this twitter account for sure deserves a better career,” joked a user. To which, another replied, “what do you mean working with MumbaiPolice is not a good career,” while making a laughter emoji. A slew of jokes followed as users chose the colour for the home that they would prefer to be quarantined in. Users also appreciated the police’s efforts being in the frontline in the battle with the COVID-19 and ensuring that they saved lives.
Salute To Our Corona Warriors 🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏😊😊😊👏👏👏👏— Aaryen Tiwari (@AaryenTiwari) May 4, 2020
A Huge Respect 🙏🙏🙏😊😊👏👏#IndiaSalutesCoronaWarriors
Yesss sir— Komal (@Komal78921116) May 4, 2020
Thnx 2 all of u
तुमचा सगळ्या मुळे आम्ही घरी सुखात आहोत
Even we thought of this while playing ludo 🤣👍🏻star is home and being homie is safe👏🏻— Harshada Arora (@AroraHarshada) May 4, 2020
It's great idea to explain seriousness of current situation... 🙏 but still some stupid people never understand— Arvind Sharma (@arvindsh3232) May 4, 2020
wah.. kya tweet hai... hats off— Manohar Batra (@manohar_batra) May 4, 2020
Best example for current situation— Pooja Chauhan (@PoojaCh39757719) May 4, 2020
We will prefer to staying at home only 🙏🙏🙏— Adv. Ashutosh J Dubey (@iamashu123) May 4, 2020
Good one ☝️, very creative !!!— Vinay Dalvi (@vny1982) May 4, 2020
Thank you very much to all the police system. No matter how big the crisis is from now on, only the police system will stand before us as God.— Sandip Jondhale (@SandipJondhale6) May 4, 2020