Viral News | ‘Break the stump, but traffic…’, says Delhi Police after sharing picture of stump broken by Arshdeep’s bowling

Photo: @DelhiPolice/ Twitter New Delhi: In the Indian Premier League 2023, Punjab Kings defeated Mumbai Indians by 13 runs in a thrilling match on the last day. Fast bowler Arshdeep Singh was seen in this match. Arshdeep Singh bowled ‘stump tod’ in Saturday’s match and defeated Mumbai. Now, through this ‘stump tod’ performance, Delhi Police has shared a traffic advisory in its own unique way, after which it is in discussion. The ‘reward’ of the challan is given only after breaking the traffic signal: Delhi Police Actually Delhi Police posted a post on Instagram and Twitter on Sunday (April 23). In which he posted a picture of a broken stump and wrote – Break me, but don’t break the traffic signal. Along with this, the police wrote in the caption, the ‘reward’ of the challan is received only after breaking the traffic signal. Breaking the traffic signal only ‘wins’ you a Challan!#IPL2023 — Delhi Police (@DelhiPolice) April 23, 2023 Punjab Kings beat Mumbai Indians by 13 A cricket match was played between Mumbai Indians and Punjab Kings. Batting first in this match, Punjab scored 214 runs losing 8 wickets in 20 overs. At the same time, in response, the Mumbai team could only score 201 runs after losing 6 wickets in 20 overs. Mumbai needed 16 runs in the last over. Arshdeep Singh came to bowl the last over. During this, he clean bowled Tilak Verma and Nehal Vedhra on the third and fourth balls. Arshdeep’s ball broke the middle stump in two pieces in taking these two wickets. After which only they are being discussed. Action is likely to be taken for breaking the law, not the stump: Mumbai Police After the match, Punjab Kings jokingly complained about this to the Mumbai Police. Punjab Kings wrote, ‘Hello, Mumbai Police, we have to file a complaint.’ Along with this, the team has also shared the picture of Arshdeep Singh breaking the stumps. At the same time, the Mumbai Police has given a funny answer to this. Mumbai Police wrote, most action is likely to be taken on breaking the law, not stumps. Action is most likely to be taken on breaking the law, not stumps! — Mumbai Police – Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) April 22, 2023 Through these tweets, Delhi and Mumbai Police have tried to make people aware of the traffic rules. His post has so far received hundreds of comments with over 3 lakh likes. One user wrote – Enjoying traffic advisory with IPL. Another wrote – Knowledge of traffic with Meme.

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