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#ThinkBeforeYouDope: Assam Police Takes Cue From "Breaking Bad" Film For A Reason
Boldsky | 14th Oct, 2019 10:46 PM

Assam police widely known for adding a touch of humour when spreading awareness and serious message among the people, has once again come up with a serious messages with wittiness in it. Recently, in a campaign against drug abuse, the Assam Police took the reference of Breaking Bad Habits movie, El Camino, for curating a strong message through their official Twitter account.

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With a slightly modified 'Breaking Bad Poster', the caption on the poster reads, "Breaking bad habits is a good habit." Meanwhile, the tweet reads, 'What do we do with bad habits? We break 'em & then Barium! Say NO to Drugs'.

This tweet is the part of the campaign led by the Assam police which is quite viral. The hashtag of the campaign reads, '#ThinkBeforeYouDope'. Tweeted on 11 October 2019, the police have tried to show how good is it to quit the bad habits in one's life.

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The Twitterati seem to be quite impressed by this tweet of Assam police. They say it as an amazing way to spread awareness among people with graphics and catchy phrases. Some of the tweets from netizens also read 'coolest police in the country'.

We are too quite impressed by the style of Assam Police for making people aware of why is it good to 'say NO to drugs'.

 
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