After IAS Officer's Post, Netizens Share Their Daily Commute In A Viral Trend #RoadToWork

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A video shared by Indian Administrative Service officer Supriya Sahu has gone viral on Twitter and has started a new trend on the microblogging platform

Written By Vishal Tiwari | Mumbai | Updated On:
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A video shared by Indian Administrative Service officer Supriya Sahu has gone viral on Twitter and has started a new trend on the microblogging platform. In the video, Supriya Sahu has shown a beautiful route she takes to work every day as her car sneaks through the long winding roads, which reportedly is somewhere in the Nilgiri district of Tamil Nadu. After Supriya shared the video with her followers, the post quickly gained attention and turned into a viral trend as people started sharing pictures and videos of their own commute. 

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#RoadToWork

According to Supriya Sahu's Twitter bio, she is currently posted in Tamil Nadu as Principal Secretary and CEO of the Tamil Nadu Tea Federation. She has also served as Director-General of Doordarshan and Vice President Asia Pacific Broadcast Union. Supriya shared the video on February 21, which has since garnered more than 2,00,000 views on Twitter and has been liked by over 7,000 users. People are using the hashtag #RoadToWork for sharing their own commute with some of them even posting hilarious pictures and videos of traffic logged roads. 

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