Home Guard In Odisha’s Bhubaneswar Controls Traffic With His Dance Moves

It's not hidden from anyone that several bike riders or car drivers do not follow the traffic rules and break them even after knowing the results of the same. To control this, a traffic cop from Odisha's Bhubaneswar uses his dancing skills.

Recently, a video of the cop dancing while doing his duty shared by ANI a leading news channel has been doing the rounds of the social media for a while now. He is a 33-year-old Home Guard, Pratap Chandra Khandwal. While guiding the citizens to follow the roads and the rules, he pulled out some great moves and amused the audiences.

Sharing the video, ANI wrote, "#WATCH: Pratap Chandra Khandwal, a 33-year-old home guard who is currently deployed as traffic police personnel in #Odisha's Bhubaneswar controls traffic by his dance moves."

Have a look at the video:

To make the traffic movements at signals better, he took this step of dancing and said, "I convey my message through dance moves. Initially, people didn't obey rules, but with my style people got attracted and started obeying rules."

Well, if someone is doing this impressive work, most of the people stop by the signal to watch his creative moves.

You may wonder, you have heard the same thing earlier. Well, you are right, he is not only who danced it out guiding to follow the traffic rules. His name is Ranjit Singh and he is a traffic cop in Indore, Madhya Pradesh. He copies the moves of famous dancer Michael Jackson to control traffic. One of his famous moves is the moonwalk. His dance videos are surfaced on the internet and you can check out his Instagram Post also.

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Well, we have to say this that some people take their duty to a different level and amaze everyone with their creativity. In India, you can find such talented people who are serving our nation in such unique manner.

by Soniya Kaur | Thu, Sep 13 - 10:35 AM

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