International media platforms including Reuters, CNN, and CBS are drooling over Pakistan’s recently emerged rollerblade police of Sindh province.
A special force on skates showing moves has been trained to manage to escape narrow streets, traffic jams, roadblocks, and slums where patrolling vehicles cannot access, and catch the criminals.
During PSL-6 (domestic cricket T20 tournament) matches, a team of 20 specially trained armed men and women have been assigned to provide security.
The news quickly caught the eyes of international media and became talk of the town.
CNN reported on the new avatar of Sindh police and compared it to the France’s smaller rollerblade brigade for nearly two decades.
The media house also shared the hilarious way of Twitter gulping down the news and coming up with a variety of memes.
Reuters wired the video of Sindh police training, which was later taken by much foreign print and electronic media. It went viral and got the attention of the media and the general public.
“Special Security Unit police members aim their weapons as they rollerblade during practice in Karachi.”Reuters writes in its tweet.