A Twitter User Asked ‘Will It Be A Dry Day’ After Section 144 Was Imposed And Got An Instant Reply From Bengaluru City Police

The passage of Citizenship Amendment Act Bill has led to violent scenes across the nations. Protests that were earlier initiated by the students of various universities are being now being joined by people across the nation including prominent people and Bollywood celebrities as well.

Many violent scenes were also witnessed ever since the protests have started. Meanwhile, in order to avoid any further violence in the state, Karnataka has imposed prohibitory orders under Section 144 in the state including in the capital city of Bengaluru.

Bengaluru Police Commissioner Bhaskar Rao told TNM: “Section 144 will be imposed for the next three days. Starting 6 am on Thursday till midnight on December 21,”

The Bengaluru City Police took to their official twitter account to inform the citizens about the same. In their tweet, they wrote:

Sec.144 has been imposed throughout the city. Education, banks and markets will remain functional. All transport services will be available tomorrow as usual. Don’t be in panic. @CPBlr”

Here, check out the tweet:

Well, for those who are not aware of Section 144, then this section prohibits an assembly of five or more people, holding of public meetings, and carrying of firearms. The tweet invited mixed reactions from Twitterati. Amidst everyone, a Twitter user hilariously asked the Bengaluru City Police if it will be a dry day. The twitter user wrote:

“Will it be a dry day tomorrow? 🤔”

Here, check out the tweet:

If you think this was funny, then we should tell you that Bengaluru City Police took this tweet in a serious way and went on to answer it. Yes, you read that right. Bengaluru City Police wrote:

“Everything will run normal.”

Here, check out the Tweet:

Amidst all the tensions and stress, this one tweet made everyone’s day. Check out the reactions of Twitterati on this:

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