Recently, a video was circulating on the internet that showed two Pakistani cricketers colliding while fielding. So Delhi Police has uploaded this video on their official Twitter handle with the caption “Ae Bhai Zara Dekh Ke Chalo” meaning Hi brother walk cautiously. The purpose of sharing this video was to give a message emphasizing the importance of road safety.
On an important note, you don’t have to give a message to the public arousing fear in them. Besides, if you try to convey some significant message for the safety of people, it can be told in a funny way utilizing the latest memes. Since, funnily giving a message, will lead to their better understanding because nowadays everybody watches memes on social media and enjoys them.
Hence, Delhi Police tried to give Indians lectures about road safety using the humorous moment from Sunday’s Asia Cup final match between Pakistan and Sri Lanka. They used that scene to spread awareness about road safety on their official Twitter handle.
The video they uploaded features Pakistani fielders, Asif Ali and Shadab Khan colliding with each other, while they try were trying to catch when Sri Lankan batsman Bhanuka Rajapaksa was playing.
As Asif Ali and Shadab Khan collided with each other, they dropped the catch, the ball went out of the boundary and Bhanuka made a sixer. On the other hand, Delhi Police used this hilarious moment of the two Pakistani fielders to emphasize the importance of road safety.
— Delhi Police (@DelhiPolice) September 12, 2022
Other than the caption “Ae Bhai Zara Dekh Ke Chalo”, Delhi Police has used two hashtags ‘RoadSafety’ and ‘AsiaCup2022Final’. Indians heavily trolled the Pakistani team in the comments section. Though, some Pakistanis claimed that their aim was only to beat India and they will continue beating India in the future.
Other than trolling and hilarious remarks from Indians and Pakistanis, some people also replied with famous funny memes. As the meme has become very popular and has gained special attention. The sentence conveyed a message for every car driver and pedestrian to ensure safety.
Though on Sunday night, Sri Lankan cricketers because of their hard work and determination, lifted Asia Cup and celebrated their victory for the sixth time. The Sri Lankan team did batting first and managed to make a total score of 170, and the credit goes to Rajapaksa’s much-needed 45-ball 71.
Other than batting, some Sri Lankan players did amazing fielding, for example, Pramod Madushan’s amazing four-fer and Wanindu Hasaranga’s three-wicket haul brought the Pakistani batting unit down to their knees. Even though Mohammad Rizwan scored 55 runs but still Sri Lanka defeated Pakistan due to 23-runs.