Since the entire world is celebrating the 20th anniversary of JK Rowling’s Harry Potter and Facebook brought in Easter Eggs and Twitter launched a new emoji, Mumbai Police’s Twitter handle also jumped on the bandwagon and tried to instill safety rules and traffic rules to all the Potterheads. Mumbai Police have been doing an awesome job on Twitter with their humorous and witty tweets which imparts road safety and traffic rules and this time around once again they have shared a tweet which hits right on target. Using the Harry Potter fever to their advantage Mumbai Police tweeted safety rules for the drivers in the city with the image of the Marauder’s Map.

Mumbai Police shared a tweet with an image that shows the Marauder’s Map from the Harry Potter movies and has these lines written on it, “With us around we will always ensure no-mischief-managed.” They tweeted with the caption, “Safety isn’t only the responsibility of ‘the chosen one’ but everyone! #SafetyFirst #HarryPotter20.” The message will surely get the attention of Harry Potter fans and Potterheads. An entire generation of people have been influenced by JK Rowling’s Harry Potter books. Many people base their life principles on the values imparted and taught in the books so it was really very intelligent of Mumbai Police to use the Harry Potter motif to impart safety and traffic rules to the general public. This is not the first time that they have come out with an awesome tweet. On International Yoga Day, Mumbai Police asked the drivers to perform “TrafficAnushAasan” to help each one of us. Also read Harry Potter 20th anniversary: How to unlock Harry Potter Easter eggs on Facebook

The Harry Potter Tweet

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On International Yoga Day

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Mumbai Police Twitter handle is highly popular because of their witty and humorous tweets. The account has over 3 million followers. Using Harry Potter today when Facebook, Twitter and the entire world is talking about the boy-who-lived was a masterstroke.