New Delhi | Jagran News Desk: As ISRO continues to make all-out efforts to re-establish link with lander Vikram of Chandrayaan-2 Moon mission, the Nagpur Police have made a witty request to the lander to get back in touch while promising to ‘exempt’ it from the new traffic violation charges.

“Dear Vikram, Please respond. We are not going to challan you for breaking the signals,” tweeted Nagpur City Police. 

Lander Vikram losing communication came as a setback not only for the ISRO but to the entire nation. However, netizens managed to find a humorous side in that too. 

Apart from Isro’s Chandrayaan-2 mission, the tweet also hilariously made a hiularious remark on the new Motor Vehicles Act. After it was posted, Nagpur Police’s tweet received a lot of love from the internet.

One Twitter user wrote, "Nagpur Police. Yes, indeed, Hopes of 133 crore Indians attached to #Vikram. It's truly an exception. And YOUR tweet is EXCEPTIONAL!" another wrote, "That's a real sweet one. Vikram you can't break so many hearts, you would not even know how many shed tears for you."

Meanwhile, an ISRO official on Monday said that the lander Vikram lies on the

lunar surface as a single piece, unbroken and it is in a tilted position following a hard landing while efforts to re-establish link with the probe were on . 

Posted By: Abhinav Gupta