Let’s just say that elections 2019 is a drama that is waiting to unfold. With social media gaining its reach, nothing can be hidden anymore. The reality will be all out in the open, revealing the true nature of our parties. To your surprise, the drama has already begun. Just a day after the announcement of the election dates, a photograph of a police officer from Unnao, UP, has become viral which questions the Model Code of Conduct induced by the election commission.
A Sub-Inspector was seen clicking a selfie with a constable whom he asked to climb up an electric pole to remove political posters. Selfie madness at its peak (literally)!
It is reported that sub-inspector acted in compliance with Model Code Of Conduct, according to which authorities were asked to remove hoardings that had photos of defense forces. But at the same time, putting the life of a constable in danger is also a serious matter which must not be overlooked. The sub-inspector has been sent to the district lines and an investigation has been ordered.
Seeing this funny incidence, Twitterati celebrated the tashan of UP Police who are always trying to be Dabaang.
Thaanedaar Sahab jyda hi utawale hogye.
— Paddy (@Regimentdar) March 11, 2019
Couldn’t have said it better
Pehle usne selfie li, fir selfie ne uski li…😂
— Trippy Soul (@TheTrippy_Soul) March 11, 2019
It happens only in U.P!
Aisa sirf U.P. me hi ho sakta hai🤦♀️🤦♀️ab line pe aaye..Incredible U.p.😂😂👍😎
— PRIYANKA MISHRA 🇮🇳 (@prisanya12) March 11, 2019
Who are these people, actually?
alag kisam ke log he….duniya mein
— #लगभग GROOT🇮🇳 (@swopnilsahu) March 11, 2019
Say goodbye to the smartphone!
Aise logo ko bas nokia 1100 use karna chahiye.
— Aarohi Tripathy 🇮🇳 (@aarohi_vns) March 12, 2019
The damage is done
Apparently by the time he clicked the second pic, he knew what was coming. Can see on his face 😭
— Amit (@leosamit) March 11, 2019
Well, this is just a short teaser of what is going to happen in the near future. Until then, be aware of the elections polls in your state. The elections will begin on April 11 and will end on May 19.