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Rohit Warns Sarfaraz, Police Use It To Warn Two-Wheeler Riders

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First publised on 2024-02-28 10:12:40

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Sunil Garodia By our team of in-house writers.

People are talking about how police forces all over India have become digitally smart and keep an eye on happenings in every field. This is in respect of several memes that have gone viral on social media in which police forces of different cities and regions have been quick to seize a warning by skipper Rohit Sharma to rookie Sarfaraz Khan and adapt it as a message for two-wheeler riders.

During England's second innings, Sarfaraz was asked to field at silly point. But he took position without the customary helmet and abdominal guard. Skipper Sharma, standing in the slips told him 'oye, hero nahin banne ka' (this was picked by the stump mic) and asked him to wear both. People say that there is no doubt that personal safety is paramount and when the rules of the game allows one to wear protective gear, it is foolhardy not to wear them.

Now, people say that the police forces have done well to use Rohit's warning to Sarfaraz to connect with youngsters and warn them of the perils of showing 'herogiri' on the roads. People say that this shows how the digital age has changed police forces and how they are using the tools preferred by the young generation to appeal to them in innovative ways.