Babar Azam’s traffic police showed arrogance, publicly insulted people, then issued a hefty challan

Pakistan cricket team is coming to India after almost 7 years to participate in the World Cup 2023 under the leadership of captain Babar Azam. The last time Pakistan was seen playing on Indian soil was in the 2016 T20 World Cup. Once again in 2023, the teams of India and Pakistan will face each other. But before this Babar Azam has committed an incident. Because of this, the police had to take legal action against them. After this incident, Captain Saheb is being criticized a lot on social media. Let us know what is the whole matter?

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Traffic police issued a heavy challan to Babar Azam:

Before the World Cup 2023, Pakistan cricket team captain Babar Azam is stuck in a new trouble. When Babar went out for a walk in his luxury Audi car, he was found flouting traffic rules. What was after that? The traffic made him and his luxury car park on the side of the road.

After which they had a long conversation with the traffic police. After seeing the viral picture, it can be guessed that the police are telling Babar Azam about violating traffic rules. Babar is also seen in a lot of tension after being issued the challan. This is not the first time that Babar Azam has broken traffic rules. Even before this, on May 19 this year, his car was stopped because of the number plate. Babar himself gave clarification by tweeting.

Babar is number 1 in ODI rankings:

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Pakistan cricket team captain Babar Azam continues to reign at number 1 in the ICC ODI rankings. Is in first place with 847 points. Babar may not have scored runs in the Asia Cup but runs are coming out of his bat continuously. Let us tell you that Babar has played 49 Test, 108 ODI, and 104 T20I matches for Pakistan. He has scored 3772 runs in Tests, 5409 runs in ODIs, and 3485 runs in T20s.

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