Recently, a video of UP police officer brutally thrashing a man in public while his terrified niece looks on is making headlines. The incident has certainly shaken the citizens
But on the other hand, another video has surfaced on social media which shows Meghalaya cops singing songs for students to spread awareness about drug abuse. The drug awareness program was organized by South Garo Hills District Police on at St John Secondary School in Siju, Meghalaya.
During the program, the police officers played guitar and presented a song called ‘Say No To Drugs’. The video of their performance was shared by the official page of Meghalaya police on Twitter and has been going viral ever since.
An awareness programme was organized by South Garo Hills District Police on Drug Abuse at St John Secondary School at Siju.
— Meghalaya Police (@MeghalayaPolice) September 13, 2019
The video has garnered several positive reactions on social media with people praising the cops for their wonderful performance.
Wonderful initiative! Hope rest of India follow suit!
— Krishna Kanth 🇮🇳🇮🇳 (@krishnakanthind) September 13, 2019
And then there are good officers too. World has still hope
— reachaj (@reachaj1) September 13, 2019
Music has no language… Though couldn't understand what was being sung, the tune was purely indigenous, which made it special… 👌
— Andrew W.L. (@AndrewWL2018) September 13, 2019
This is great..
It's not common to see children or people to see a couple of policemen and be happy about it.
Great work @MeghalayaPolice
— Jackson Varghese (@jacksonv66) September 13, 2019
V melodious. Cheers…
— Flying Saucer Sandy (@SandySaucer) September 13, 2019
Meghalaya police have set such a beautiful example for officers around the
Kudos to Meghalaya police!