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'Dear Vikram, We Won't Challan You...': This Nagpur Police Tweet Is Winning Hearts On Twitter

The Nagpur Police on Monday addressed a tweet to Chandrayaan-2 lander 'Vikram', pleading it to respond, days after it lost communication with ground stations moments before India was going to script history.

'Dear Vikram, We Won't Challan You...': This Nagpur Police Tweet Is Winning Hearts On Twitter
Trajectory graphics of India's unmanned spacecraft are displayed on a big screen at a media center set up at Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO)'s Telemetry, Tracking and Command Network facility in Bangalore.
'Dear Vikram, We Won't Challan You...': This Nagpur Police Tweet Is Winning Hearts On Twitter
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2019-09-09T15:20:00+0530

A tweet that has won many a heart on the micro-blogging site, Twitter. The Nagpur Police on Monday addressed a tweet to Chandrayaan-2 lander "Vikram", pleading it to respond, days after it lost communication with ground stations moments before India was going to script history.

In its heart-warming tweet, the Nagpur police said: "Dear Vikram, Please respond."

"We are not going to challan you for breaking the signals!#VikramLanderFound#ISROSpotsVikram @isro#NagpurPolice"

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Within minutes, people started reacting to the Nagpur Police's tweet, which had already garnered over 7,500 likes and close to 2,400 retweets. Here's what people said:

The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) chairman, Dr K. Sivan, on Sunday said that the lander had been located on the lunar surface and the agency was trying to establish contact with it. 

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