The Mumbai police very sweetly responded to a man on Twitter who wanted to meet his girlfriend during the ongoing COVID-19 restrictions imposed by the government.

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Ashwin Vinod, a resident of Mumbai, tagged the official Twitter account of the Mumbai police, asking them which sticker he should use for his vehicle as he wanted to see his girlfriend.


“What sticker should I use in order to go out and meet my girlfriend? I miss her,” wrote Vinod on Twitter.

Replying to his message, the police said his requirement does not fall under the category of essential or emergency services and urged him to stay at home.

“We understand it’s essential for you sir but unfortunately it doesn’t fall under our essentials or emergency categories! Distance makes the heart grow fonder and currently, you healthier,” read the response.

“P.s. We wish you a lifetime together. This is just a phase,” added the police.

Social media users appreciated the way police responded to the man’s request in this difficult time.

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