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Uttar Pradesh : The policewoman danced on ‘Patli Kamariya’, but now this scandal has happened with her!

There are often some or the other trends coming on social media which attract a lot of people and then people start thinking of making themselves famous by making reels etc. on it. These days ‘Patli Kamariya Mori’ is very much discussed and people are making a lot of reels on it. Some women police personnel (Lady police constable dance video) also did the same, but as soon as their video started going viral, clouds of trouble started hovering over them.

Twitter user @MdAltafAli15 recently posted a video of policemen making a reel and wrote, “Women constables made a reel on the song ‘Patli Kamariya Mori’, all four lined up!” Let us tell you that this matter is of Ayodhya. 4 women policemen posted in the security of Shri Ram Janmabhoomi have made this reel. In the video, one worker is seen dancing while the other two are supporting her. He is wearing a mask but the face of the dancing worker is clearly visible. At the same time, the fourth worker has helped in recording the video.

Video of police personnel dancing viral

Uproar has also been created on the fact that the dancing worker has also hung the police ID card around her neck. According to the reports, this video has been made at some place present in Shri Ram Janmabhoomi premises. After the video went viral, the trouble of all four has increased because when SSP Muniraj, who recently reached Ayodhya after being transferred from Ghaziabad, got information about it, he made all four stand in line.

The line of all three has been spotted

Let us tell you that this video is about 1 week old. The constables seen in this are Kavita Patel, Kamini Kushwaha, Kashish Sahani, and Sandhya Singh. All of them are women constables of 2018 batch. After being identified, they have been brought to the line and now appropriate action will be taken against them. Police personnel in plain clothes are deployed near the Sri Ram Janmabhoomi complex, whose responsibility is to take care of the devotees who come to pay obeisance.