DCP New Delhi recently shared a meme which talks about fighting fake and false news and it had a Baaghi twist. Twitter loves it.
Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) New Delhi recently shared a tweet encouraging people to fight fake and false news, but it had a Baaghi twist.
The official Twitter handles of Police departments from a lot of Indian states have become extremely innovative.
The accounts of Nagpur and Bengaluru police often use Bollywood-based memes to spread awareness about important topics.
DCP New Delhi shared a Baaghi meme with the caption
It’s the BAAGHI season. We are #Baaghi against #false and #fake. Are you? Get ready to be a Baaghi against #FakeNews.
Be a rebel against all networks of false information. Be vigilant against rumour mongers. Let’s unite to fight fake.#DelhiPoliceNailsFake”
The meme features a picture of Tiger Shroff’s back with a gun in his hand from the upcoming film, Baaghi 3.
The text on the poster reads, “This time he is up against fake news” and “Be a Baaghi against fake news.”
This tweet came in after Delhi police arrested a 24-year-old for spreading rumours on social media about riots in West Delhi.
Netizens appreciated the tweet by DCP New Delhi. Have a look at the