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Pune Police’s Invitation To People For a ‘Chai Date’ Is Doing Rounds Online

If you are single on Valentine’s day and have no one to celebrate the day of love, Don’t worry! Pune Police is here for you.

If you have no valentine to date today and sobbing in a corner, for this reason, stop right now, as we have a perfect valentine date for you to spend this special day with the most influential people.

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The Pune police are always in talks due to their sense of humor and witty tweets.

Today they took to their official twitter handle and had posted a date for the single people of Pune. Yes, you read it right.

All this started when a twitter user asked Pune Police regarding their Valentine’s day plan and if they were thinking of meeting Mumbai Police.

To this, Pune police immediately responded, saying, “You know how long-distance relationships are. We may be far, but we’ve got each other’s back, wherever we are.”

On the other side, one twitter user wrote, “Will you take me on a date tomorrow evening? You are my last hope”. After reading this tweet, the Pune police decided to invite all the singles on a Chai-date.

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They wrote, “How about a chai-date with @CPPuneCity for all the members of Twitterati in #Pune? We look forward to hosting you at our office at 5 PM today. Those droppin in to show some love, please confirm here by 3 PM & we shall take details on DM. #BeOurValentinePune #ValentinesDay2020 (sic)”

Twitterati found this tweet by the Pune Police too witty, and the other tweets by users on the same tweet left Twitterati to go in awe.

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Another user shared a picture of a fractured leg, to which the officials wrote’


Also, they said they would share pictures from the meet & greet.

Now people across the globe have begun asking and tagging their city’s police to plan a similar date.

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