Nothing has really happened until it has been recorded.– Virginia Woolf
Delhi Police tweeted the evidence of the crime that happened in the nineteenth century as #ThrowbackThurday.
— Delhi Police (@DelhiPolice) August 24, 2017
This valuable piece of history soon went viral and twitter-users were thrilled to know about it.
Wow, amazing throwback to time gone. Cant read text,, looks like persian lang whch was court lang under mughals.
— ‘राही’ (@MehtabRaahi) August 25, 2017
the most beautifull thing its in urdu…and i saw few words of Urdu still being used in registering FIR…got it done for my mobile 😀
— bhupesh kakkar (@bhupi_kak) August 24, 2017
Great!! It addon one of most valuable information in my mind. Please use to post such Historical Information.https://t.co/5hixRPErm2
— G K Jha (@GKJha01) August 24, 2017
Some were even curious to know what happened with the case finally.
Kindly let us know if the stolen property were recovered & your first charge sheet filed in the court led to conviction of the accused?
— Badal 🇮🇳 (@Victor27941368) August 24, 2017
चोर पकड़ा गया था कि नहीं ?
— vivek (@oldestcitykashi) August 25, 2017
And few wanted more such tweets from the Delhi Police
Great ! Its simply great for a history lover like me. Pls share more such stuffs.
— Gouranga C Pradhan (@gcpradhan1) August 25, 2017