Published: Sun, June 25, 2017
Sport | By Fredrick Flores

Jaipur traffic police apologise to hurt Bumrah

Jaipur traffic police apologise to hurt Bumrah

India fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah is not happy with Jaipur Police for using his no-ball image to create traffic awarneness.

Bumrah's no-ball, bowled against Fakhar Zaman in the final of the prestigious tournament earlier this month, gave the risky batsman a second life after he had been caught by wicketkeeper Mahendra Singh Dhoni.

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The hoarding by the Jaipur traffic police had used a no-ball moment involving Bumrah during a Champions Trophy match against Pakistan to warn commuters. "You know it can be costly". In the image, the no ball is highlighted side-by-side with two cars behind the stop line with a text of "Don't cross the line".

Jasprit Bumrah's no ball allowed Fakhar Zaman to continue and crack a century in the Champions Trophy Final. The replays showed Bumrah has crossed the line and Zaman walked back to the crease to take the strike. However, Jasprit Bumrah was not impressed with this new ad by the Traffic police in the city and expressed his distress on the social media. "He added, "@traffic_jpr But don't worry I won't make fun of the mistakes which you guys make at your work. Soon after these tweets, senior police officers of Jaipur police commissionerate had a meeting and decided sto respond to bowler's resentment in a positive manner. Below the caption, is the logo of the City Traffic Police, Faisalabad. "You are a youth icon & an inspiration for all of us", the post on Jaipur Traffic Police's Twitter wall read.

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