Bengaluru Police Learn Zumba, Netizens Call It 'amazing Initiative'; See Video

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The Bengaluru Police recently took to Twitter to share a video of over 750 officers trying to learn Zumba together and netizens loved their high-energy moves.

Written By Bhavya Sukheja | Mumbai | Updated On:
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The Bengaluru Police recently took to Twitter to share a video of over 750 officers trying to learn Zumba together and netizens loved their high-energy moves. In the 65-seconds video one can see the police officers doing push-ups and Zumba while also incorporating their own dance steps. The women officers can also be seen dancing in a circle while enjoying themselves. 

The video which has now become an internet sensation has also received over 22,000 views on Facebook and around 3,700 views on Twitter. According to reports, the city's department aims to use the Zumba workout as a relaxation technique for the police officers. Nearly 30 teams of 25 members each participated in the programme and several social media users praised the officers who took part in it. 

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'Good step forward'

While one user called the initiative amazing and wrote, “This should happen across country amazing initiative”. Another user said, “Fantastic! It's important to keep healthy the Body Mind & Soul of our Police, given the stressful nature of duties they perform. Very good”.

“So funny each one doing their own thing. But they deserve this happiness,” wrote another. 

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