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Woman dances at traffic signal; what happens next will give you a lesson

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 16 September 2021, 13:41 IST

A video of a girl dancing at a traffic signal has gone viral on social media. In the video, a girl from Indore in Madhya Pradesh can be seen dancing at Rasoma Square, which is one of the busiest roads.

The viral video was shared by a girl Shreya Kalra on her Instagram page. In the clip, Shreya, who is a model, can be seen dancing to Let Me Be Your Woman by Doja Cat. She started dancing on the zebra crossing when the lights turned red. The girl continued dancing till the traffic signal turned green again. She also appealed to people to wear a mask through her video.


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However, when the girl was dancing, people mistook it by thinking that Indore Police started it to control and guide the traffic for an hour on their relatives' birthday.

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The video of the girl didn’t go down well with the authorities and they served a notice for a traffic violation. The traffic department also appealed to the youth to be safe and sound.

Later, Shreya Kalra also shared a video of herself and revealed her motive behind making the video. However, she denied breaking the traffic rules and said told that she only wanted to spread awareness about wearing masks and stopping at a red light.

The video didn’t go down well with the authorities who served her a notice for a traffic violation. The traffic department appealed to the youth to be safe and sound, while the DSP also asked youngsters to do only those activities for entertainment that prevent harming others or themselves.

“I don’t want to influence anybody else to do the same thing. The video was taken in the wrong way,” added Kalra.

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First published: 16 September 2021, 13:36 IST
 
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