New Delhi: Mumbai will witness the return of the mounted police unit after a gap of 88 years, this Republic Day. Also Read - Mumbai Police to Patrol the City on Horses After 88 Years, To Be Deployed on Duty From Jan 26

And this time too, Amul which is known for its creative advertisements, has come up with an adorable cartoon honouring Mumbai police’s new initiative. Also Read - UP Cops Ride Imaginary Horses During Mock Drill, Video Cracks Up Netizens

On Monday, Amul came up with a new topical cartoon which shows three police mounted on horses with the text, ”Police ke liye horsela” at the top and ”Gallop it down.”

Check it out here:

Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh on Sunday announced that 13 horses with policemen riders will be inducted into the Mumbai police force after the Republic Day parade at Shivaji Park.

Deshmukh said the mounted police unit, which would patrol the streets of the city, was disbanded in 1932 due to growing vehicular traffic.

The 13 horses which have been acquired are between the ages of 8 years and 10 years and 11 of them will participate in the Republic Day parade and then start their duties the next day with patrolling the city’s western shoreline.

After Mumbai, the unit could also be replicated in cities like Pune and Nagpur.

Here’s what they will look like:

A few days back, Amul dedicated a topical doodle depicting the Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s royal exit.

Playing with the words, ‘Gone with the wind’, the text on Amul’s cartoon reads, ‘Gone With The Windsor?’, showing a caricature of Queen Elizabeth with Prince Harry waving goodbye to her, accompanied by his wife Meghan Markle and son Archie.