Indian police taunts Bumrah for no-ball against Zaman

Indian pacer Jasprit Bumrah | AP

Traffic Police of Jaipur came up with a witty idea to promote road safety when they used the image of Jasprit Bumrah's Champions Trophy 2017 final no-ball on a billboard in the capital city of Rajasthan.

It is worth mentioning here that Bumrah got the wicket of Pakistan opener Fakhar Zaman when he was playing on just three runs, but the opener got a lifeline as the bowler had crossed the line of the popping crease. However, Zaman then scored a brilliant century and Pakistan won the match by 180 runs. "You know it can be costly".

Jaipur Traffic Police had shared huge hoarding which was a collage of Bumrah overstepping the line and the cars standing behind the line at a zebra crossing. 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. "Because I believe humans can make mistakes".

With the team still smarting from a humiliating defeat to archrivals Pakistan in the Champions Trophy final, Jasprit Bumrah has found himself under further miseries. In a series of tweets, Bumrah said that it was normal to make mistakes.


Soon after Bumrah's reaction, Jaipur police's official Twitter handle put out their side of the story and tried to sort the matter out with the young Indian pacer.

"@Jaspritbumrah93, we only meant to create more awareness about traffic rules".

The cricketer took to micro-blogging website Twitter to vent his anger at the traffic police.

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