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Friday, April 19 2024

Delhi Police’s Viral Alert Ahead of India vs. Australia World Cup Final

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In the World Cup semi-final, the Indian cricket team defeated New Zealand by a score of 70 runs. India is currently preparing for its World Cup final match at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad against Australia. Cricket enthusiasts nationwide are looking forward to the match between Australia and India. The Delhi police’s post on X is becoming extremely popular on the internet amid the fervor of the game.
Delhi Police posted the ironic message “India, you already know what to do!” on X, the former Twitter, along with a pun-intended traffic advisory.

Delhi police also wished the Indian team with a special message. Using the motif of yellow light, signifying ‘get ready to go’, the police force, in a post on X, asked ‘Men in blue’ to go for the trophy with caution.

The text read, “India Knows… On Yellow, You Need To Be Watchful But Keep Going.” Adding, “Go India, Go!”

Previously, Ahmedabad police used social media to spread the word and discourage people from buying final match tickets on the black market. People are being urged to adamantly refuse to participate in these kinds of ticketing practices.

Together, let’s show our support for India by yelling, “Time to bleed blue!” with passion. The Ahmedabad Police tweeted, “Together, let’s firmly reject any involvement in black ticketing practices.”

In the meantime, Ahmedabad Police Commissioner Gyanendra Singh Malik responded to the fraudulent ticket sales for India vs. Australia in the ICC Cricket World Cup final. He declared that if there is any black marketing of tickets during the game, the city police will take aggressive measures to stop it and that the offenders will face consequences.

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