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Ashwin 'Mankad' Controversy Inspires Kolkata Police | Traffic Police share photos of Ashvin-Butler and wrote – Line cross will have to repent

               
Kolkata Police posted on twitter account
Written in the picture – crease or road, if you cross the line you will repent

Sports desk Kings XI Punjab captain Ravichandran Ashwin may have been criticizing some former cricketers after Jos Buttler's run-out against the Rajasthan Royals, but Kolkata Police has given a positive message through it. He used this run out to spread awareness among people about traffic rules. Kolkata Police posted a picture on their Twitter account.

On this side, Ashwin is run out, on the other hand cars are crossing the line while violating the traffic rules. Written above the photo- crease or road, you both will regret, if you cross the line.

pic.twitter.com/mlcI1qsXeV
– Kolkata Police (@KolkataPolice) March 26, 2019

Punjab to fight against Kolkata on Wednesday
The Kolkata Police has tweeted this at a time when the team of Punjab came to play matches in their city. The match between Punjab and Kolkata Knight Riders is on Wednesday. Earlier in 2017, Jaipur Police used Jaspreet Bumrah's 'no ball' against Pakistan in the Champions Trophy. However, later the Jaipur Police had to apologize.

Ashwin dismissed Butler in the 13th over
Royals, who were chasing the target of 184 runs in the match between Rajasthan and Punjab, looked strong on the back of Butler's crease while playing for 69. Ashwin came in to bowl 13th over They stopped throwing the 5th ball and during this time Butler crossed the crease. Ashwin runs him out. After being out in this manner Butler fret in His Ashwin was also debated. This match lost the Royals.
                
                
            

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