Filmmaker and entrepreneur Ronnie Screwvala asked a pertinent question in relation to traffic in India on Saturday, something just about anyone will be able to weigh in on.
Screwvala took to Twitter and posted a picture of what looked like a disciplined crowd of the people of Mizoram who were faithfully obeying the traffic rules.
He captioned his tweet asking: “How many places in India have you seen such discipline when it comes to following traffic rules? This is Mizoram, setting the right example!”
Here is the Bollywood hit ‘Uri: The Surgical Strike’s' producer’s tweet:
The filmmaker commended the discipline and self-control of the people of Mizoram saying that they are ‘setting the right example’ by patiently waiting for the traffic signal to go green, without trying to break the rules and huddle up in the wrong way.
The comments that followed Screwvala’s tweet were a clear example of how the netizens applauded the discipline and spirit of the people of Mizoram.
Ronnie Screwvala has been named on Esquire's List of the 75 Most Influential People of the 21st Century and ranked 78 among the 100 most influential people in the world on the Time 100. He is also on the list of 25 Asia’s Most Powerful people by Fortune Magazine.