Jaipur police uses Bumrah's infamous 'no ball' for road safety awareness!

Jaipur police uses Bumrah's infamous 'no ball' for road safety awareness!
In a novel idea Traffic Police in Jaipur has used Indian cricketer Jasprit Jasbirsingh Bumrah’s infamous ‘no ball’ in ICC Champions Trophy 2017 final for spreading road safety and traffic awareness on its official Twitter handle.

An official account of Jaipur traffic police on Tuesday posted a collage of photographs with a quote 'Don’t cross the line it can be costly." The Collage has two photographs, one shows cars stopped behind the Zebra crossing while second shows Jasprit Bumrah bowling the ‘notorious no-ball’ that changed the course of the match. The tweet has tried to link 'not forgetting' part from the two photographs.

For Indian cricket fans like it will be hard to forget no-ball bowled by Jasprit Bumrah during the finals of the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 against Pakistan. Similarly, now the Jaipur Police has tried to link it in an interesting way and not to forget the traffic rules while reaching a Zebra crossing. Jaipur's DCP traffic Lovely Katiyar told DH, "The idea is to spread the awareness and connect youngsters and masses with our tweets. Since its a recent incident and hence it fits in our mind. People can relate to it." Tweet became the talk of the city as youngsters started retweeting and sharing it across social media. "This is what we want. Awareness should spread", Katiyar added.

Bumrah was also trolled on Social Media by disappointed cricket fans right after he bowled no ball which turned unlucky for not giving India the breakthrough, which could have simply turned the game on its head.

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