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Jaipur traffic police apologise to hurt Bumrah

25 June 2017

The Jaipur traffic police have apologised to Indian pacer Jasprit Bumrah for making a mockery of his no-ball in the Champions Trophy final against Pakistan. "You know it can be costly".

During the ICC Champions Trophy final on June 18, Bumrah got the better of Pakistan opener Fakhar Zaman, who edged a ball to Mahendra Singh Dhoni while batting on 3.

Fakhae Zaman went onto score a century in Pakistan's 1'80-run victory.

The right-arm fast bowler took to Twitter and slammed the authorities for mocking him publically. Jaipur traffic police chose to put up a massive billboard with the image of Bumrah overstepping the crease while bowling to remind motorists of the importance of not crossing the line. The image did draw laughs and smiles from many on social but Bumrah wasn't one of them.

"@traffic_jpr 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", the pacer posted on his Twitter account.

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In the picture shows Bumrah's no-ball, hastening the Indian team's failure. 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.

The Jaipur traffic police apologized to the cricketer and have made a decision to take down the hoarding.

Jasprit Bumrah was not pleased with Jaipur traffic police advertisement.

In repose, the Jaipur Traffic Police apologized to the cricketer.

Jaipur traffic police apologise to hurt Bumrah