Punjab police brutally trolled after they joined the ‘Pawri’ bandwagon

Arhama AltafWeb Editor

22nd Feb, 2021. 11:56 pm
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Instagram influencer Dananeer Mobeen became an overnight social media sensation after her #PawriHoraiHai video went viral all over the world.

The girl in the video says it’s me, it’s my car and, they are my friends and they are doing a party. The girl’s speaking style, fake English accent and tone was such that the video was funny to the users while it went viral in a few hours.


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Many people have so far recreated it with their friends by copying the video and adopted the accent like her.

The popularity of the video reached cross-border earlier when popular Indian music producer and content creator Yashraj Mukhate mixed his musical touch to it. His music video became a massive hit.

Now the Punjab police has used the smart way to imitate the ‘Pawri’ trend but it hasn’t exactly panned out the way they probably wanted.

The text shared by the Punjab police was, “Yeh hum hain, yeh humari gaariyian hain aur yeh humara emergency number hai.”

However, this attempt by the Punjab police turned out to be a reason for extreme criticism and trolling when people quickly backfired instead of appreciating. Pakistani netizens started criticizing the actual performance of the police.

Netizens mentioned that Punjab Police is not made for the Pawri trend but instead they are well-suited for the trend regarding bribery.

People brutally trolled the institution and even gave examples of their inefficiency.

Have a look at the public reactions:

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Earlier, Police of Indian state Uttar Pradesh had used the viral Pawri social media advertising technique and urged people to report any kind of noise pollution including neighbours’ late night party scenes.

They wrote on the social media account “Ye Hum hain aur humari car hai Agar late night pawri aapko disturb kar rahi hai toh Ye humara number hai 112.″

Which literally translated, “This is us and our car if late night parties are disturbing you this is our number 112.”


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