A complaint was lodged against Yuvraj Singh in Jhansi a year ago for using racist words against Sahil, who was speaking on Instagram along with former cricketer Yuvraj Singh last year. Yuvraj was arrested on the basis of that charge. However, he was briefly released on interim bail.
Former India Cricketer Yuvraj Singh Arrested Full Details Released
Former India captain Yuvraj Singh has been arrested and later released on bail.
Yuvraj Singh, a former Indian cricketer, has been arrested by Hansi police for making an objectionable remark while referring to another player in a live event on social networking site Instagram.
He has since been granted interim bail. Rajat Kalsan of Hansi has registered an FIR against Yuvraj Singh under various sections of the IPC and SC / ST Act.
Following this, Yuvraj Singh was arrested by the police while the investigation was going on as per the instructions of the court. Following that, Hansi S.P. said he had been granted interim bail. Nitika said.
It is learned that Yuvraj Singh has been booked under Section 153A (on the basis of religion, race, place of residence, place of residence, language, etc., for inciting enmity between various groups and committing acts detrimental to maintaining harmony) and under Section 153B.
Former cricketer Yuvraj Singh has been arrested and released on bail.
Rajat Kalsan has alleged that Yuvraj made an objectionable remark while referring to another player during the Instagram live.
However, local media reported that Yuvraj Singh had approached the Punjab and Haryana High Court seeking quashing of the FIR, claiming his innocence in the case.
Yuvraj Singh was arrested by Hansi police yesterday. Yuvraj made his debut in India in 2000. The left-handed batsman was in the team when India won the T20 World Cup and the 50-over World Cup. He was the best cricketer in two matches. Yuvraj has played 40 Tests, 304 ODIs and 57 T20I matches for India. It is noteworthy that Yuvraj retired in 2019.
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