In a tweet as part of their campaign – ‘This New Year, don’t drink and drive’ – the police used a popular line from Rahat Indori’s ‘Shayari’ – ‘Bulti hai magar jaane ka nahi’ – to exercise caution. People against driving under the influence of alcohol
“Bulati hai magar jaane ka nahi, peekar gaadi chalane ka nahi (There are invitations but it is not to be accepted, and cars are not be driven after drinking),” it tweeted on Tuesday.
In #NewYearParty you will find many types of #INVITATION. My friend, accept to do it thoughtfully.… https://t.co/KPg444SPd0
— Rajasthan Police (@PoliceRajasthan) 16406060367000
On Monday, police tweeted using the ‘Pushpa I hate tears’ dialogue from ‘Amar Prem’, ‘Pushpa I hate beer while driving.
New Year, don’t be a ruckus after #Party! Don’t get drunk #Driving🚘Be smart, book a cab in advance.… https://t.co/vx1ZXPxgq6
— Rajasthan Police (@PoliceRajasthan) 1640575481000
In another tweet, the police advised to book cabs in advance and not to drive while intoxicated.