The Jagdeep Singh-Patel couple was a couple of years into a relationship when they got together to take selfies and share their love of the Jags.
They have now started a new trend with the Jagdeetis Police Doodling App.
The couple, who have been married for 15 years, are now uploading their personal interactions with the police and other citizens online.
The app is free to download, and the couple are now looking for more Jags to upload, said the couple’s lawyer, Prasanna Sharma.
“We were having fun together, so we decided to share a few selfies with the public,” said the Jats, who also happen to be the parents of three-year-old son, Jangal.
The Jags police Doodlers are trying to use the app to share their interactions with their fellow citizens, Sharma said.
The app is designed to be used by all citizens.
They said they have already received many requests to upload police encounters and other encounters, including those involving Jagdes.
The couple said they would also like to upload pictures of police vehicles with the names of the officers who are responsible for them.
The police have said they will not be taking any action against the couple for sharing the pictures of their encounters with the app.