The Delhi Police also tweeted "Dancing on the roads can open new doors for you".
Egypt's Interior Ministry says that while it is fine to do the dance for fun, obstructing traffic could draw fines of up to 3,000 pounds ($167) and a year in prison, the Ahram Online news website reported.
Earlier, the Mumbai Police too issued a similar warning to citizens to keep away from #kikichallenge or face music, on twitter. In a tweet on Tuesday, the Gujarat police said, "Don't pass or accept Kiki Challenge".
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The violators are likely to be booked under charges of risky driving under the The Motor Vehicles Act, he added.
Anyone indulging in #kikichallenge on the roads will be booked under section 268 of the Indian Penal Code and Under Section 70 (b) of Hyderabad City Police Act for creating nuisance on the road and endangering the life of other commuters, officials said.
Kiki challenge is the latest trend that has taken the Internet by storm and it's giving sleepless nights to police across India and the world.
The Chandigarh Police has warned the youth from taking the Kiki dance challenge, highlighting the dangers of the hugely popular jig. Even celebrities like Will Smith have uploaded the video of Kiki Challenge on top of a bridge in Budapest. Many youngsters are jumping out of their cars and getting hurt by daring to sing to the Canadian rapper song "In my feelings".