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.
The Jaipur Police have used a picture of Bumrah's no-ball in one of their campaigns to raise public awareness about road safety.
The caption of the billboard read, "Don't cross the line. You know it can be costly."
In response, Bumrah took to social media to take a dig at the Jaipur traffic police on Friday. "@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.
The Jaipur traffic police in return apologised to the 23-year-old bowler, calling Bumrah an inspiration for the youth.
"Dear Jasprit Bumrah, our intent was not to hurt your sentiments or the sentiments of millions of cricket fans," the official Twitter handle of the Jaipur traffic police read.
"We only intended to create more awareness about traffic rules."
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