After Jaipur Police, Pakistan Traffic Police Started Using Bumrah’s No-Ball Picture To Warn Drivers

AP2TG Staff

A plethora of people went bashing Indian players for the unexpected drop of finals , that too against the arch rivals Pakistan. With memes flooding the social media, cricketers, in one way the whole Indians became the scapegoats of the adverse results of the match. Even Indian police went trolling the prominent Indian bowler Jasprit Bumrah, for th emistake he did that costed one precious wicket to India.

Along the freaky Twitteratis, even Jaipur police went berserk after Bumrah’s mistake. In general, people making fun of players is just fine and not uncommon, but what if Police do the same? Yes, we got to see an example of the same on the official Twitter handle of Jaipur Police.

So, yes! the victim is Indian seam bowler Jasprit Bumrah. The cops posted a sarcastic tweet to warn drivers, and this has hurt Jasprit Bumrah. We all know Bumrah had taken Fakhar’s wicket on a no-ball during the final match of Champions Trophy against Pakistan that cost almost the match.

However, Fakhar went on to score 100 and this put team India under pressure. People have still not forgiven Bumrah for this mistake, but the Jaipur police have taken a dig at him while warning the people about zebra crossing.

Jasprit Bumrah was not pleased with Jaipur traffic police advertisement. In a large billboard, a picture of Bumrah overstepping has been used. The text next to it reads, “Don’t cross the line. You know it can be costly”.

While Bumrah feels it was not in good taste, the comments on the post are otherwise. Bumrah tweeted an image of the ad, “@traffic_jpr well done Jaipur traffic police this shows how much respect you get after giving your best for the country.”

“But don’t worry I won’t make fun of the mistakes which you guys make at your work .because I believe humans can make mistakes,” read another tweet.

Bumrah posted the same even on his Instagram account:

Later on, Bumrah gave such a hard-hitting reply that Jaipur police deleted the tweet. They even went on saying sorry indirectly with their series of tweets.

But the story hasn’t ended yet. Pakistan intervened in the subject, with Pakistani Traffic police doing the same with Indian player Bumrah.

Sources claimed that the traffic police in Pakistan’s Faisalabad, the third-most-populous city in the country, is using an image of Indian pace bowler Jasprit Bumrah’s no-ball in the final of the Champions Trophy to warn the drivers to stay behind the line at the red light.

The image with two cars behind a line on one side and Bumrah’s no ball on the other carries a caption – “Don’t cross the line. You know it can be costly”, with the logo of the City Traffic Police Faisalabad attested at the bottom of the poster.

Check the post here:

#CityTrafficPoliceFaisalabad #ZebraCrossing #GoodCitizen #Police #Faisalabad

Posted by City Traffic Police, Faisalabad on 22hb Jun 2017