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VIDEO: The Traffic Cop Who Moonwalks On The Street To Manage Traffic

Ranjeet Singh, a traffic cop in Indore, smoothly dances his way on busy roads to make sure people follow traffic rules. Watch the amazing video of this cop in action.

India has always struggled with traffic problems. When it comes to managing traffic, this cop from Indore has come up with a very interesting and amusing technique.

Ranjeet Singh dances his way to traffic management on the busy streets of Indore just to make sure that people follow the traffic rules, and he has actually managed to gather a lot of attention through his stints!

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“Following traffic rules it is very important for motorists. Some follow, others don’t follow. So to make everyone follow the traffic rules and to make them understand I am regulating the traffic by dancing, laughing and entertaining them. When the public sees me doing my job like this, they are admiring me and following the rules. I am happy with this. My aim is also that.” he says

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An amazing dancer, this cop is a smooth operator on the road, and commuters cannot help but notice his actions and fall in line.

cop1After Ruptly TV released his video on their YouTube channel, his popularity has reached new heights and people have started gathering to watch him on the road.

Watch the cop in action here-

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