‘Who better than Master himself’ Mumbai police thanks Sachin Tendulkar for advocating traffic rules

Mumbai police authority on Monday thanked former Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar for commending traffic rules after he urged people to follow traffic rules and ensure their safety. 

Sachin Tendulkar shared a photograph of a two-wheeler that was driving on the wrong side on his Twitter account and said you’re on the wrong side of everyone when you drive on the wrong side of the road. 

“You’re on the WRONG SIDE of everyone when you drive on the WRONG SIDE of the road! 9,200 people in ???????? died in 2019 due to wrong side driving which is more than 1 death an hour. I even saw someone drive dangerously with a kid in front once.”  Sachin Tendulkar tweeted.


You’re on the ???????????????????? ???????????????? of everyone when you drive on the ???????????????????? ???????????????? of the road!9,200 people in ???????? died in 2019 due to wrong side driving which is more than 1 death an hour.I even saw someone drive dangerously with a kid in front once.#RoadSafetyWeek pic.twitter.com/oBWY9VTGsJ
— Sachin Tendulkar (@sachin_rt) January 11, 2021

Batting great, Sachin Tendulkar, further urged people to drive safely and follow traffic rules. 

“Let’s all drive safely & follow traffic rules! It’ll go a long way in helping our civic authorities function effectively and can save countless lives.” tweeted Sachin Tendulkar.

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The Mumbai Police responded to his tweets and thanked Tendulkar for advocating traffic rules for citizens. 

“Who better than the Master himself giving out tips on the art of safe ‘driving’? Thank you for batting for pitches that are safe to drive on,” tweeted Mumbai police.


Who better than the Master himself giving out tips on the art of safe ‘driving’?Thank you for batting for pitches that are safe to drive on, @sachin_rt @MORTHRoadSafety #RoadSafetyWeek https://t.co/TEnmzrsvkW
— Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) January 11, 2021

Road safety week is observed from January 11th to January 17th every year. It aims at making the roads and streets in India safer. 



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