Twitter user asks if playing cricket is permitted amid curfew, Delhi Police’s response will make you laugh : The Tribune India

Twitter user asks if playing cricket is permitted amid curfew, Delhi Police’s response will make you laugh

Guys’ plan of playing cricket on weekend made him reach Delhi Police Twitter account

Twitter user asks if playing cricket is permitted amid curfew, Delhi Police’s response will make you laugh

The weekend curfew in Delhi



Tribune Web Desk

Chandigarh, January 8

With the daily surging Covid cases, Delhi government has called for curfew that came into effect on Saturday.

A guys’ plan of playing cricket on weekend made him reach Delhi Police Twitter account to enquire if playing cricket is permitted in restrictions.

Punit Sharma, a building services consultant, asked Delhi Police if he can play cricket while adhering to norms and protocols of Covid such as wearing mask and maintaining social distancing.

This was when the Delhi Police asked Twitter users if they had any questions regarding the curfew. Punit’s question in response came across as sarcasm.

Delhi Police was on front foot with a witty comeback to Punit’s question.

“That’s a ‘Silly Point’, Sir. It is time to take ‘Extra Cover’. Also, #DelhiPolice is good at ‘Catching’,” Delhi Police tweeted.

People violating curfew rules can be arrested and we know what Delhi Police meant when it said ‘it’s good at catching’.

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