Teachers’ Day 2023: Mumbai Police blends ‘things teachers say’ with road safety

Mumbai Police has taken to social media to mark Teachers’ Day which is being celebrated today, September 5. The police shared a video in which they creatively incorporated common things that teachers often say and used them to talk about road safety. The post got people talking about how they could remember instances where their teachers had said those things.

Teacher’s Day 2023: Mumbai Police Post emphasizes road safety on this day. (Instagram/@mumbaipolice)

“Don’t make us say, ‘This is the worst series we’ve seen on the run.’ Let’s all be a little more aware of driving behavior and must-haves!” Mumbai Police wrote while sharing the video on Instagram.

The video shared by the Mumbai Police begins with the text: “The things teachers say, we might as well say to you.” The video then moves on to dialogues that the police can say to the public when they blow their horns unnecessarily, forget their driver’s license and break traffic rules because others do it too.

Watch the unusual video shared by Mumbai Police on Teachers’ Day 2023 here:

The Instagram post was shared a few hours ago. Since then, almost 10,000 people have viewed it. Many even liked the Mumbai police post and shared their views in the comments.

Here’s what people had to say about the Mumbai Police’s Teacher’s Day announcement:

An Instagram user wrote: “Stand in a straight line behind the white line.”

“What creative people! I could literally hear my teachers saying all of this,” expressed another.

A third commented: “Whoever does social media. Legend bhai [brother].”

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“Happy Teacher’s Day”, announced the fourth, while the fifth commented “Great!”

What do you think about this post shared by Mumbai Police? Did this video remind you of your teachers?

About Teacher’s Day

Teachers’ Day is celebrated every year on 5th September to commemorate the birthday of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, First Vice President and former President of India. He was also a renowned scholar, philosopher and recipient of the prestigious Bharat Ratna award. The day also honors his contributions in the field of education.

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