Where is Your Helmet, Twitterati Ask Kiran Bedi After 'Incognito' Scooter Ride
After a "night round" of the city on Friday, Kiran Bedi told mediapersons that she felt Puducherry is safe for women even at night.
The image was tweeted by the official handle of the Lt Governor of Puducherry.
In a WhatsApp message to media persons after a "night round" of the city on Friday, Bedi said, "Felt that Puducherry is safe for women even at night".
She, however, said that she would suggest a few measures "which need to be taken by the police to enhance security".
The former IPS officer usually cycles to neighbouring areas of the Union Territory during her weekend visits to meet people of the town and address the issues concerning them.
A clip of Night Round done 'incognito' to check how safe was it for women++during late night hours.— Kiran Bedi (@thekiranbedi) August 19, 2017
Helped identify areas for improvement.. pic.twitter.com/1BeMsL1JQX
But not everyone was impressed with Bedi's little stunt, with some people on Twitter raising questions over why she was not wearing a helmet.
Good job. But where is helmet?— Shwetha Bhat (@shwethasamsekai) August 19, 2017
Rules and regulations for common citizens— Sury Vedula (@Sundance128) August 19, 2017
They don't apply to politicians in general and LG in particular
It's good nd appreciative action but it wud b better if atleast rider wears helmet too.— मनीष सिंह🇮🇳 (@manish34) August 19, 2017
Everything is OK where is ur helmet madam? If Ruling people doesn't following the safety rules , then who will?— deepak kannan (@deepakkannan1) August 19, 2017
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