error: 'java.lang.NullPointerException - null' while creating custom field type in jira

I want to use following method for creation of custom field. But I am getting null pointer exception so I think the error is because of  FieldConfig fc=field.getRelevantConfig(issue); If this is correct then why I am getting that error and if not then can anyone help me because of which I am getting an error?

@Named("SelectCF")

public class SelectCF extends GenericTextCFType

{

@ComponentImport

private final UserManager um;

@ComponentImport

private final JiraAuthenticationContext jac;

@ComponentImport 

private final CustomFieldValuePersister customFieldValuePersister;

@ComponentImport 

private final GenericConfigManager genericConfigManager;

@ComponentImport 

private final TextFieldCharacterLengthValidator textFieldCharacterLengthValidator;

@ComponentImport

OptionsManager omm;

@Inject

    public SelectCF(CustomFieldValuePersister customFieldValuePersister, GenericConfigManager genericConfigManager,JiraAuthenticationContext jac ,TextFieldCharacterLengthValidator textFieldCharacterLengthValidator,UserManager um ,OptionsManager omm)

    {

    super(customFieldValuePersister, genericConfigManager,textFieldCharacterLengthValidator,jac);

    this.customFieldValuePersister=customFieldValuePersister;

        this.genericConfigManager=genericConfigManager;

 this.textFieldCharacterLengthValidator=textFieldCharacterLengthValidator;

        this.omm=omm;

        this.jac=jac;

        this.um=um; 

    }    

public Map<String, Object> getVelocityParameters(final Issue issue,
final CustomField field,
final FieldLayoutItem fieldLayoutItem)
{
final Map<String, Object> map = super.getVelocityParameters(issue, field, fieldLayoutItem);

int num=0;
int num1=1;
FieldConfig fc=field.getRelevantConfig(issue);
Options options=ComponentAccessor.getComponent(Options.class);

Option op1=omm.createOption(fc, null, new Long(num), "Hello");
Option op2=omm.createOption(fc, null, new Long(num1), "World");

options.add(op1);
options.add(op2);
map.put("option1", "Hello");
map.put("option2", "World");

return map;
}

}

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